YAD May 24th-28th

Hello families! We had so much fun this week! From making goop in the sensory table to making homemade butter on Friday we did it all!  We will list the recipe for goop below in case you want to make it at home with your family. Our butterflies...

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YPT May 17-18

This week in the Younger Part Time class we continued our search for bugs outside. Children are really enjoying this activity. One aspect of this that we have watched develop over the last couple of weeks is their excitement to include other...

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May 17-21

Let’s face it, there’s no escaping private part fascination at this age. In the Older All Days classroom, it’s a recent “hot topic” of discussion. Let me be honest- I know that, at this age, this is typical and that I should expect it, but I...

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May 17-21

Let’s face it, there’s no escaping private part fascination at this age. In the Older All Days classroom, it’s a recent “hot topic” of discussion. Let me be honest- I know that, at this age, this is typical and that I should expect it, but I...

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Older Primes May 17-21

Week May 17-21   This week was our last week with our 3 class chicks. We will miss them dearly. We were happy to host them for 2 weeks in our class before they went to their farms. Please check in the hall for our class mural. Project Time...

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May 17th-21st YAD

YAD Updates No School Monday, May 31st Memorial Day Pajama Day Tuesday, June 1st Last Day of School Friday, June 4th. TCS closes at noon   What a week! From planting to chomping apples, we did it all.   During morning meetings, we have...

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Younger Primes

Snippets of small group For several days in the Younger Primes class, children have been exploring with collecting data. Children thought of simple “Do you like ______?” questions to ask their classmates. We have a connection to the...

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Older Primes May 10-14

Week May 10-14   Project Time:  One of our chicks hatched! Nicole bought two more chicks for our newly hatched lonely chick. We voted to name by submitting names in a hat and pulling out one name for each chick: our little previously lonely...

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