OAD Blog (7/11/22-7/15/22)

Our numbers climbed back up this week after the lull of fewer children, and we are all thankful for the usual hum and bustle of a fuller class. It is a lot easier to find peers to engage with you when there are more peers around! Surely families...

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We always find it funny that with too few children in the room, the energy seems almost more restless and boisterous. On Friday, we decided that an impromptu trip to the park was just what the children (and teachers) needed. For obvious reasons...

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Week of 7/5

The younger primes had yet another fun and a short week exploring new art mediums, playing with water, and discovering how to make a habitat for insects. Inside the classroom, the younger primes began working collaboratively to create a classroom...

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Week of 6/27

This week the younger prime stayed cool in the hot weather by staying hydrated and playing with a LOT of water. Inside the classroom, the children used their ingenuity to create jetpacks, butterflies, and collages out of recyclable materials...

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6/27 – 7/1

Hello Summer OP Families! The end of June brought us our hottest days yet. We went on our outing early in the day on Tuesday. We walked around St. John’s Cathedral and searched for types and modes of transportation. Here are a few OPs...

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YAD 6/27-7/1

What we did in Andy and Laura’s class: This week we ate many types of cheese and had a science experiment! We brought in Cheddar, Pepper jack, Parmesan, and Gouda for the children to try in our taste test. Parmesan was the most loved flavor...

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Older All Days (06/28-07/01)

“Encourage your child to have muddy, grassy or sandy feet by the end of each day, that’s the childhood they deserve.” -Penny Whitehouse We kicked off the week with some water play, and I have to say- it was much needed. Not only was this the best...

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