Studio Blue 2017-18

Clay

Hammering wooden golf tees into a big pumpkin has proven to be a much enjoyed activity in Studio Blue. Our pumpkin lasted through most of

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Felt Squares

  We never know what will happen with open-ended materials. These simple felt squares have taken on many uses: 9/20: When Thomas, Kyla, Travers and

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HELP!

After reading the bookHELP! A Story of Friendship (by Holly Keller)a couple of times, we acted it out! On Thursday we acted it out again: Kyla

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HOLES

 Holes are an unending source of fascination for two- to three-year-olds.Early on, children noticed holes in the flex cabinets.    Ian put a flashlight in the

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Connecting

“Stand aside for a while and leave room for learning, observe carefully what children do, and then, if you have understood well, perhaps teaching will

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Inspired!

The primary purpose of the Wonder Wall is to make the children’s learning, interests and explorations visible to each other. On Tuesday at meeting, we

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Tiiiire Swing

On Wednesday, Sam chooses to use his clipboard. He approaches Diane: Sam     Tiiiiiiiiiire swing. Diane   You’re thinking about a tire swing, Sam? Are

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Three Little Pigs, Part 2

Caroline, whispering conspiratorially: “I don’t think wolves cry; wolves live in the woods.” At meeting, we are continuing to enact a story that’s based on

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Drawing

Drawing has already revealed many interests and has been useful for problem-solving. (We keep the children’s drawings at school, so if a child asks if

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