Anger Collage

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by Alisha The last couple of days, after reading Ahn’s Anger, the two and three year old’s have been working on ¬†portrait collages of their own anger. A few older children worked as helpers to make sure everyone had all the supplies they needed and that each one was carefully hot glued together.   Ask your child which portrait they … Read More

Lights, Camera, Action!

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by Alisha Today some of the children acted out stories that they told during explore time. Lights… Camera… Action! One mouse hopped into the bath and she put toys in it. Those are pretend toys. She put a little cream in and her nose was sick. She played in the sand and made pizza. -MH

The Spiciest of Work

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As we support these children in their journeys, I want to remember just how much they are striving to be.

Rainbows and Sparkles

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by Alisha Today we celebrated EH’s 5th birthday.               It was clear from the birthday wishes from her classmates that we know one thing for sure about EH: She loves rainbows, sparkles, little animals and all things fantastical.EH, in her short time here has made that known about herself. She is often a “queen” … Read More

Photographers

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by Alisha Throughout the morning, children took turns using Laura’s little point and shoot camera to capture preschool from their point of view.  

Focus, Concentration, Effort, and Imagination

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I think what we are witnessing right now, which happens most years around this time, is a community growth spurt. It is like when you or your own single child goes through a growth spurt, and are exploding with new information, and a bit off-balance, and a bit harder to handle than usual. Well we go through growth spurts as a community too; they are exciting, and challenging, and beautiful.