by Katee It is a topic that we address each year, and each year is so important to address. Rough play, horseplay, roughhousing – it’s something all little animals do as a part of their development and human children are no exception. Children learn physical skills from this play including controlling muscle movements, they learn social and emotional skills including … Read More
by Katee Played outside all morning today! The children played games, splashed in the water table, built in the sandbox, hung out in the hammock, rode bikes, visited with the rabbits, and drew many many tattoos on each other. After reading the book, “Mama Is It Summer Yet?”, the children were pretty convinced that that’s where were at today. today
By Katee Many children started their day today gathered around a fun painting provocation. We dipped marbles in a variety of paint colors, dropped them in a box with a sheet of strong paper, closed it up, and shooooooooook! The box was wide enough that it called the children to move their entire bodies as they shook it vigorously. The … Read More
…because it’s sunny!” – KP By Katee And today was very different than the past few months have been. The air is warm, the sun is out, and we are more than ready to embrace it! We have been outside the whole day, except for lunch and rest time. The children mobbed the cubby room this morning when we asked … Read More
By Katee Sunny February weather brings smiling children at play. What a great day for hanging with friends For fighting fires For playing baseball
Field trip to the plant nursery.
Preschoolers play with receipt paper rolls.
Preschoolers move together to favorite songs.
Preschoolers play at the playground.
Preschool play explores the ideas of freedom and limits.