Spring has sprung and our community continues to thrive. Each day we experience new development, new growth, evolution. Older children have begun to take on the tasks of helping and comforting younger children. Younger children are learning by watching and hearing the older children. It is a beautiful and observable cycle.
The children have been busy, both indoors and outdoors, with tasks that meet their developmental needs.
A friend helping another on the bridge
Peek-a-boo friends (from behind a tree)
Working hard to put on socks
Friends digging together in the garden bed
More friends digging and chatting in the springtime sun
Drinking from a cup
Washing a shovel
In the tunnel
Moving things around the school yard
In the “boat”
IUsing new rings on dowels work (color sorting)
Handwashing (the joy of water play)
More tree peek-a-boo
Andrea leading Skida-marink-a-dink-a-dink
Older child showing younger child vegetable cutting (mixed ages)
Handwashing at sink
Watering the garden
Wheelbarrow over bridge (that’s hard work)
Also, please welcome our newest friend, Vivi, to the community. Her parents are Emily and Sean. We are so glad to have them with us.