Today our school celebrated Kindness Day by wearing the color orange, which represents joy, warmth and encouragement. We hope to inspire the children to be kind to each other and encourage joyous interactions as we begin the last month of school.
The children have been hard at work learning all about telling time and recommending books to friends. Today, the children celebrated the end of their writing reviews unit with a book party in which the kids read each other’s book reviews and chose what books they wanted to read based on those reviews. The studentsContinue reading “Reviewing Books!”
This week, the children were able to spend some time in our school community garden. They explored all the new plants that are growing and tended to all of our flowers. While we were out there, the children noticed a new mushroom growing in the garden, as well as a ladybug, and decided to writeContinue reading “Tending To Our Garden”
This week, the children had the opportunity to visit our school garden. Parent volunteers previously planted new flowers and vegetables so our class went out to help water and care for them. The children are learning all about the responsibility of taking care of a living thing through hands-on planting experience.
This week we returned to school after a restful Spring Break and began planting our seeds for the Spring season. We planted two different types of herbs; parsley and rosemary. We also planted 5 different types of flowers; cosmos, daisies, sunflowers, candy tufts and marigolds. We will be checking in on our seeds every dayContinue reading “Planting Seeds!”