Sweeter than Candy

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by Alisha Today we celebrated Halloween with friends, siblings, parents and Penny, who put on an amazing puppet show for us. The puppet show was about Sweet Tooth the ghost, who loooooves candy. On Halloween night he steals a whole bucket of candy from a party. He tells us that candy makes him feel good because he doesn’t have any friends to … Read More

Spooo-OOOOky

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by Sarah Lu Today Marilyn surprised us with her cat costume! Everyone thought it was preeeetty funny that she came dressed up like a cat today, since she’s a rabbit. She also taught us a spooky Halloween song, which you can learn here. When we had all learned it we sang it and walked around in a circle, to simulate … Read More

Pumpkins are…

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by Alisha Pumpkins are… Orange, white, green Squishy green Painted blue Whitish- yellow seeds Cold and smooth Stripey and dotty Holey and roly-poly Brownish stems Like a basketball Like a basket, round with a handle. Moldy, stinky, squishy Happy Birthday Pumpkin! by Tulip Tree Preschoolers

Storytelling

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by Alisha Today’s collection of preschool stories: I’m having a baby and we are going to the doctor Anna. We are going to pick Granbear at the airport. We are going to look at his flight. and then we are going to play at the park. Then we are going to doctor Anna and we will meet the new baby. … Read More

Rain, Wetness, and Learning

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by Sarah Lu Today marked the first day of the school year that kids were out in pouring rain. It is always a sweet reminder of what gives us life and sustenance.  The renewed learning opportunities that rain invokes are numerous.  As we spent 45+ minutes outside this afternoon in a downpour, we saw the natural innovation and curiosity of children who were inspired … Read More

What are they playing?

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by Alisha Sometimes when a child is interested in what another child is doing they will ask a teacher, “What are they playing?”.  I usually say, “Maybe you can ask them, I think they could explain it to you.” So as you look through these photos, I encourage you to ask your child questions. “What were you playing?” “Who were you playing … Read More