Hello Seedling families! We have noticed that some friends do not enjoy getting messy and immersing themselves within the materials. Because of this, we wanted to provide materials and activities that allow the seedlings to explore these new senses as well as become more familiar and comfortable with messes. One of these activities was filling
April 12th, 2019 Hello Stem families, Welcome into our classroom… Last week in the blog we shared the “mouse houses” that many of the Stems have been building in the art area. Early this week, several of the Stems continued with this work, building new homes to add to the cities and towns. (After reading the
04.10.2019 Hello dear Roots family and friends! This week in the Roots room, the Dots continued to show great interest in connecting as well as writing! In the transformation area where the Dots originally created ‘ the zipline’, we heard the Dots use other terms in reference to their connections such as “track” , “web”
April 12th, 2019 Hello Sprouts Families! It has been an exciting week for our Sprouts! As mentioned in the last post, our Sprouts have been exploring their trajectory schema. Along with seeing their movement, how they play, and how they use their material, we have been paying close attention to their conversations and pretend play.
Welcome Seedlings Family! Our week in the seedlings class has been full of building with new materials! Each week we have noticed the seedlings venturing out with new building materials. This week, they explored loose parts such as big and small tiles, as well as plastic cups. The plastic cups were introduced during exploration with
04.04.2019 Hello dear Roots family and friends- We had another great week in the Roots room! As last week, the Dots continued to show an interest in connecting. On Monday and Tuesday, they created two separate rounds of ziplines. On Wednesday and Thursday, the Dots were given the opportunity to keep the ziplines up after
Hello Seedling families! This week we officially welcome Finn and Raya to the seedlings’ class. Both Finn and Raya have visited our classroom a few times, but they are officially seedlings. Due to the seedlings’ constant interest in building and connecting, we decided to introduce yet another building material for the seedlings to explore. This
April 4th, 2019 Hello Stem families, Welcome into the classroom this week… This week, we saw a revived interest in adding to cities and towns. On Monday a few of the Stems worked together to build a “mouse house” using materials from the tinker trays and art shelves. The next day they shared their project
April 5th, 2019 Hello Sprouts Families! Making their cars and objects roll down the ramps, launching material off of a platform, pouring water, emptying out containers, building so tall to watch tiles and blocks fall, climbing up a hill and running down, jumping off of wooden logs. Our Sprouts have been exploring their trajectory schema.
Welcome seedlings Family! The seedlings have shown a great interest in climbing. The loft was built in the seedlings classroom to encourage their interest in exploring new perspectives and high heights. However, the seedlings have began taking this interest to a middle ground. It began by Aseem’s love for trying to climb onto the tables