Preschoolers explore the story of stone soup.
by Alisha Today I had a small appointment with SS, CW, AR and RR to study and draw portraits of owls.
by Sarah Lu The roots of my teaching practice are in creative dance and movement education. Both of my degrees are in the performing arts and for the first half of my teaching career I taught in this medium. When I had my firstborn I remember feeling like I was moving into a new phase of my life, and that … Read More
by Alisha On Monday and Tuesday afternoons we have started a ritual of making books while we wait for all the children to wake. These afternoons are rich in storytelling, literacy, mathematics and art. The children seem particularly focused on the book itself–how many pages, where to staple, which side is the cover.
Using a persona doll, a book and a paint-mixing activity to talk with young children about skin color.
Preschool children explore rolls of paper.
by Sarah Lu “The morning wind spreads its fresh smell. We must get up and take that in, that wind that lets us live. Breathe before it’s gone.” -Rumi
Establishing circle time expectations with preschoolers.
By Laura Today we were joined by Carolyn to help celebrate MF’s third birthday. For the celebration MF wore her special snow queen dress. This was also the item she wanted to show the other children. It was a birthday present from her mama. She wore it this past weekend at her Frozen-themed party–complete with a matching doll cake, pin … Read More
by Alisha MH: There’s am owl in our tulip tree! WG: Maybe it’s human pretending to be an owl KM: It’s my first owl! My first time I’ve seen an owl! We watched and watched for at least half of an hour, and what a magical sight it was. The rain started pouring and while we went to get some … Read More
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