Fall is always a busy time in the library! Here’s what we’ve been up to.
Each time my kindergarten class and I are outdoors together there is value and great learning going on. I take my kindergartners outside often, to the park, side of the schoolyard, and hiking to the community garden.
Welcome to the world of poetry in the Bayou classroom! Third and fourth grade students have been writing poems in a variety of poetic forms: Haiku; Concrete; Advice; My Favorite Thing; Silent, Loud, Eternal; Jabberwocky and more.
Community is a core Quaker value and is a part of every school’s life. What do 1st and 2nd graders think about community?
Halloween brings many opportunities for joyous learning in my kindergarten class.
My Prairie class students do! Owls are the topic of our first student-generated project of the year.
My office is located in the heart of the kindergarten hall cubbies. I love it when they poke their heads in and say howdy.
At the beginning of a new school year, kindergarten, first and second graders spend several art classes exploring what they can do with different art tools.