Winter Greetings!

Winter2014

Class resumed in January, with all the children seemingly an inch or more taller. We jumped right in to stories, drawing, sewing and working with clay in the classroom. If you peeked at us during our outside time you would see us shoveling and sledding, woodworking, following animal tracks and skating on an enormous field of ice in what we refer to as our “meadow.”

Our winter days are a flurry of activities! We invite you to spend time in our classroom and see the amazing things that the children are doing. Last week, we learned about winter birds and animal shelters in the winter. Since there is nothing better than warm food on a cold day, snacks now include hot stone soup, warm bread, sweet porridge and homemade applesauce. Yum!

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