On Wednesday, Johann’s bird found a perfect place to rest. That same day, Lila’s baby also enjoyed it. On Thursday afternoon, Sheila Pepe visited the studio, and we all had a wonderful chat – and she
Welcome back from a vacation week which for many was filled with skiing, sun, family and friends. Children were happy to return to school, eager to re-connect with friends and materials new and old.
A delicate touch was needed to construct with our new table top blocks this week. As the children worked we witnessed many ideas and skills being utilized and tested. Hand-eye co-ordination concentration patience spatial awareness math
We have set up an area with little wooden birds, and we see children drop by here to check it out, sometimes just briefly, and sometimes to create a whole environment, as Josie and Kesler did,
As the bird play in Studio Blue had dwindled recently, we wondered if opening up the area where our birds are kept might encourage the children to engage in a different way. We removed the large
As a teaching team in our thinking around empathy, we continue to turn the children’s attention towards the other. We decided to use a tool we find invaluable in capturing seeing more deeply. Using photography
For the past two weeks, the children have been exploring a new tool called a “zoomie.” Attached to the computer and its camera, the zoomie provides an opportunity to view the world differently – to view
Henry wrote to us from California: Dear Studio Blue: I am in California at the beach, I miss you.I saw a rainbow. It was long. From, Henry We miss you, too, Henry, and can’t wait to