Monthly Archives: November 2019

So many languages

Welcome back Roots families! Have you ever heard the educators at Dot To Dot say “That is a new language the children are using”? I wanted to take a moment to clarify what we mean when we say that. Children use many languages to express what they are thinking or feeling. Our goal is to

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“I made an open book!”

11.08.2019 Hello dear Stems families and friends! Welcome to this week’s adventures in the Stems room! Many of you may have noticed the white strips of paper on the wall near the light table in the ‘house area’ of the classroom which represent the different heights of each child. This idea stemmed from the Stems

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Discovering New Things

Dear Sprout Families, I want to Thank everyone for coming to parent teacher conferences last week.  I know how busy everyone’s lives are. This was a great way for me to communicate with you. This week we will focus on what we noticed the children have been exploring. We noticed that some of the children

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Two weeks of Discoveries!

Welcome back Roots families! The past two weeks have been full of excitement, discoveries, rediscovering old joys, trial and error, and team work. I would like to thank all of you for taking time to reach out and making parent teacher conferences a success! And a huge thank you for being so understanding, and concerned

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Farewell Fishy and Festivities

Hello! In preparation for conferences last week, we did not post a blog. Instead, we decided to combine this week’s and last week’s blog into one. Thank you for understanding and sorry for the delay! This blog will cover the passing of our fish, changes in the classroom and classroom routine, and pumpkin exploration!  

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“This is the baddest cake ever.”

11.01.19 Hello dear Stems families and friends- Welcome to this week’s journey in the Stems room! Due to preparing for parent-teacher conferences last Friday, we are combing last week’s explorations and observations into this week’s blog. Good things come to those who wait. 🙂 In this week’s blog, we will cover the following- Transferring +

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