OAD Feb 8-12

“Understanding child development takes the emphasis away from the child’s character–looking at the child as good or bad. The emphasis is put on behavior as communication. Discipline is thus seen as problem-solving. The child is...

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Younger Primes

We are excited to venture into a project about jungle animals. We began by asking the question WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT JUNGLE ANIMALS? followed by WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT JUNGLE ANIMALS? Here are our lists: WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT JUNGLE...

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Younger Primes

Last week children used a handful of marshmallows, several toothpicks and lots of imagination. Some projects were small and others were large. Projects included a castle, a tower, a rocket ship and a campfire for roasting  – you guessed it...

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Older Primes Jan 11-15

Project Time: We have started working on our winter branch and it looks beautiful so far   Tasha brought some beautiful stencils Checkers ( This class has become checker fanatics. We will be adding some more boards. These games they have been...

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TCS Times January 2021

From the Director:  Should I Stay or Should I Go?:  Deciding About the Next School Year By Sarah O’Dell, Executive Director If you have a child turning 5 soon, you are reaching the point in their lives when suddenly there is a big wide world of...

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OAD Jan 18-22

“Schools are influential agents of socialization. They play vital roles in how we make meaning of the world around us, significantly affecting how we perceive ourselves and others, as well as differences across race, languages...

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OPT: Jan. 13th-15th

Welcome back! We missed everyone! It was great to get back in the groove and have almost our full class back! Everyone settled in nicely. During inside time, we built houses for farm animals with blocks, matched letters with locks and keys, put...

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