Sheila, from Casey Farm, visited the Upper Elementary classroom yesterday and brought with her 18 Heritage Dominique eggs, 6 Rhode Island Red eggs and all the supplies they need to go from incubation to hatching.
The UE students are pairing
The children have been counting each day that we have been together as a classroom family. They were very excited about finally getting to day 100! We had special activities to do during the morning as well as
In Spanish, the Children’s House students prepared individual hands on projects. When they finished drawing, painting and pasting, they described it using simple Spanish words and colors, guided by me.
A big thank you to Jeanine Silversmith for coming in today to share the tradition of making latkes for Hanukkah. The children’s House students helped craft them from scratch and then got to taste the yummy treats!
On Wednesday, Lower El invited the Children’s House classroom for a visit to hear The Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett. The children ate gingerbread cookies then Lower El lead a craft so that Children’s house could create