We pulled out the dried up zinnias today! It was hard garden work-the children pulled the flowers out, and then shook the dirt off of the roots and put them in our compost pile. We saw lots of team work, and lots of mighty kids!
He builds with the head, body, and feet global children blocks.
Putting on snow pants, pulling on boots, zipping a winter coat, and getting fingers into gloves can be a challenge for many preschool children. We are starting early! He tries on our “practice set” of winter clothes that we have out at work time. Hopefully, this will help lead to more independence!
Digging up a few carrots today in the garden. One of the children gently showed the children a poly bug he found, before releasing it in the garden. We love how our preschoolers already respect nature at such a young age!
We looked inside a pumpkin today!
Favorite snack so far this year? Broccoli! Some children had seconds and thirds! Thank you to Mrs. Arras for bringing in a steamer.
He builds with magnets from the science shelf.
She cuts a fringe around some beautiful, painted paper we had leftover from an art project.
Pumpkin pounding! The children love this activity!
He practices his scissor skills by cutting leaves and other objects found in nature.