Lots and lots of photos… What to look for and ask your child to tell you more about:
Apple Tree Counting Practice
Seeds…How do they travel?
Velcro…Inspired by “Nature”
Play-Do Counting Practice & Number Formation
“Fairy Island” in the Outdoor Classroom
- Building Fairy Houses and cooperation
A quiet listening moment at the pond-“Signs of Fall”
Pumpkin Jack and his seeds – The Cycle of a Pumpkin and counting 100’s of seeds
- There are 512 seeds to be exact, counting hundreds and ones
4 Winds and “Leaf Litter” all of those decomposers
Field trip to the Audubon “Critter Construction” and the cutest Beaver ever!
Life Cycle of an Apple
How did nature inspire velcro?
Apple Tree Math
Fairy House Island
How do seeds travel?
Pumpkin Seed 100’s
Fairy House Construction
Listening at the Audubon
Listening carefully at the Audubon
Audubon Field Trip
4 Winds “Leaf Litter”
These children love learning outdoors. They are our “Forest Children”
“Education is a natural process carried out by the child and is not acquired by listening to words but by experiences in the environment.” – Maria Montessori
I have lots and lots of pictures to share. In Kindergarten we have been exploring the life cycle of apples and pumpkins. We’ve been very busy apple picking, making applesauce, and carving pumpkins. In addition we have also fit in lake day, Open House, & exploring soil during Forest Friday. Thank you for visiting during Open House. It was wonderful to see so many families.
APPLE PICKING & APPLESAUCE…YUMMY!
LAKE DAY & PUMPKINS
What a wonderful day to be at Kingsland Bay.
FOREST FRIDAY FUN
Exploring soil & some unexpected discoveries
WE ARE THE COLOR OF SAND, TOAST, SABLE, MELON, ALMOND…
and we are super cute too!
- FRIDAY, 10/7 PICTURE DAY
- TUESDAY, 10/11 FIELD TRIP TO AUDUBON
Special Thank Yous to our wonderful 4 Winds volunteers: Jill, Jen,Val, & Bobby. The kids have loved every minute of it, and have had some fantastic opportunities thanks to your dedication and time. Thank you again!
Thank you Cole Lossman for letting us borrow your beautiful mounted animals for our Fur, Fin, and Feather’s unit. It really enhanced and enriched the learning for my kiddos. They were able to see the animals they were learning about first hand and have models for their drawings and paintings. Thank you Mid State Animal Mounts of Bristol, VT.