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September & October Music Notes

From Amy with love. October In October we’ll be listening to scary music all month long! We’ve got some scary songs to sing, including: 1 little, 2 little, 3 little monsters, A Pirates Life For Me & What Do Witches

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Wedgwood What’s Up: October 18th, 2013

In Circle Halloween Count Down & Interest As you know we’ve been building up to a full morning calendar by introducing the components one at a time. This week we used established calendar routines for days, weeks, months, and weather

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Wedgwood What’s Up: October 11, 2013

    In Circle My mom says that circle is where we ignite the children’s imaginations, a chance to infuse their independent and small group work with shared imagery and directed purpose. So while our curricular focus is still on 

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Wedgwood What’s Up: October 4th, 2013

In Circle This week we introduced the month of October and with it our ‘Months of the Year’ song. Our theme for October is ‘Awareness of the Seasons,’ and while we are discussing ideas like why leaves change colors October

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May June pass more slowly than did the month of May

I have to begin with gratitude for the incredible birthday all of you helped to give me. Your thoughtfulness and generosity was overwhelming and completely above and beyond. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Classroom Happenings The very best part

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My oh my, it’s May!

The last few weeks have been a whirlwind! There’s a lot to talk about. Our theme for April was Plants and we went with it. We started seedlings inside during March and one of our small group projects in April

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Peter and the Wolf, Peter and the Wolf, oh also Plants, but really Peter and the Wolf…Hop-A-Thon. Peter and the Wolf?

Classroom Happenings We enjoyed March’s theme immensely, there always seems to be some natural affinity between children and animals. I mentioned last month that we started March discussing the oldest of animals—the dinosaurs. From there we moved onto classifying animals

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March: In with the Lions & out with the Land and Water Forms

Classroom Happenings Now that it is well and truly March we are packing up our play-doh model of the layers of the earth, our layers of the earth coloring sheets, garbage sorting game, and land and water forms.  But we

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I love you, you love me, we all love this planet green!

Happy February Friends! I have to start this post by acknowledging you for the heroic lengths each of you go to in loving, honoring, and supporting the development of your children.  The projects, the stories, the outings, the snuggle sessions,

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