Scenes from Campus: February 2022

Our Little Friends spent the month exploring the mud on rainy days, keeping their cubbies neat and tidy, immersed in creative play, and expressing themselves with watercolors.


 

Inspired by a WECAN 2022 Early Childhood Conference workshop she recently attended, Miss Juli gave children in the Dandelion Kindergarten an opportunity to share some of their own favorite books with the class. In sharing their favorite pictures without words the children feel ownership, connection, and build diversity organically within the class.


 

Buttercup Kindergarteners master their star folding skills.


 

Artwork from Grade 6 African Geography and a watercolor tree from the class.


 

Grade 3 boils sap tapped from maple trees on campus to make very local syrup! 5 gallons of sap made 1 pint of maple syrup.


 

Grade 5 paints ziggurats as part of their studies of ancient Mesopotamia.


 

Grade 2 is knitting sheep in Handwork class.


 

Grade 2 students painting. The class created woven paper heart bags to hold their Valentines.


 

Grade 1 Spanish class with Señora Garcés.


 

February is Black History Month and it marks the beginning of the Year of the Tiger. Fifth Grade painted Tigers in watercolor.


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