By Laura Yesterday afternoon we celebrated Jadon’s birthday with his mom, Sara. She brought in his newborn baby photo book and told us his birth story. We found out that he was born on a farm and that once he was ready to come the labor itself was relatively quick. We also found out that his enthusiasm for the world … Read More
By Cheryl The title says it all – I observed many tiny (and some not so tiny) successful moments today. It seems a good time to share some of these from my notes for the day. Learning To Climb The Geo-Dome Lois: “Help me!” (while trying to climb beyond the first level). Me: “I only help kids climb … Read More
By Laura Today Wade invited the entire class on stage to perform his story. . . Once upon a time there was a kingdom so so so so so far away. A tank came and it exploded because it was full of natural gas. The natural gas killed the whole kingdom. The king died and the queen died, too. The … Read More
By Laura This morning Lesley and Stella brought in a special habitat to share with all of the preschoolers. They took turns guessing what was inside. They guessed birds, monsters, cats, meat eaters, peacocks, alligators, butterflies, and penguins. She revealed the butterfly habitat, told us the story of receiving the caterpillars in the mail and explained how they hatched from … Read More
By Laura Today at Morning Meeting Cheryl shared a piece of mail that she had received. It was a brochure about National Bike Month–the month of May. She and the preschoolers flipped the calendar page and she introduced the idea of taking care of our bikes in honor of bike month. I was inside with a group mixing some new … Read More
By Laura Boone asked for help. Shanti offered. Boone accepted. This is the work of preschool.
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