Hello Sprout families! Last week the sprouts were very interested in creating artwork using paint and markers. This week the sprouts were cooking up some three dimensional and more hands on creations. Early in the week, the sprouts asked to make play dough. They helped to gather the materials from the kitchen and began measuring
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Hello! Master the art of letting go…live for the moment and enjoy! What children are designed to do!! In response to the children’s interests in writing and water, we decided to bring in the Buddha boards this week for them to explore, create and reflect. What is a Buddha board? Buddha Board is inspired
Hello all!! This week we have started to explore some of the interests the sprouts have been showing. With the big classroom transition and addition of new friends we wanted to set out only a few things and slowly add on, focusing more on the space and the friends. However, some friends had brought in
Hello! This week another new friend joined our classroom! Welcome Earendel! We are so excited to get to know you! Water is always an interest with our young children. We often see them exploring the schema of scooping and pouring the water. However, we decided to try a different way of exploring this schema.
Hello! This week we welcomed three new friends into our classroom! William, Nolen, and Paul joined our class this week and we are so excited to get to know these new friends and to grow alongside them. In addition to our new faces, we moved to our new space! Our seasoned seedlings, and our new
Hello Seedling Families! This week we experienced some of that hot California sunshine! And with it, came some California critters. On Monday William noticed a lizard crawling on the stage outside. He quickly called Zander over and soon the rest of the seedlings were right there looking high in the trees and low under the
Hello Seedling families! This week the seedlings have continued to explore the loose parts around the room. On the loft we have seen some interest in “cooking” and “eating”. These dishes, such as “rice” or “fries” are created by compiling a variety of loose parts such as tiles, fabric, and wood together into a bowl.
Welcome Seedlings Family. Note from Ms Shawna: As I leave for my next journey to begin over these next 4 months, I will miss seeing all of your faces every day. I want to thank everyone for wishing my family and I congratulations as we wait for our little girl to arrive. I will
Welcome Seedlings Family! Reminder: Dot to Dot will be closed on Monday in observance of Memorial Day. We also wanted to let you know that the seedlings will be taking a field trip next Friday (May 31st) to Rancho Bernardo Community park. Keep an eye out for permission slips and as always we are accepting
Hello Seedlings Family!