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Bird Playground

We raised up the platform with holes in the bird area and added half-pipes underneath. It’s not unusual for children not to take to a

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Cutting, Punching, Taping

We’ve been busy as bees! Hole punching, cutting with scissors, and learning to use the tape dispenser, all independently.

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Bridges

Remember the earlier post showing Wesley making a felt bridge? He repeated this the following week, and began one this week as well. …Diane is curious

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Holes

Holes are a source of fascination for this age group. Already we have plenty of evidence for this! The open-ended nature of this concept allows

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Introducing wire as a tool

Family Day is next Saturday (6/2) from 10-12. Please come! Families and faculty will work together building sculptures using natural materials (which LNS children have

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The Rainstick (our Gala auction item)

The birth of our rainstick is the culmination of many interests and explorations… “Drippy Droppy” Mine’s going to be a thunderstorm I’m making a very

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Clay

Touching Pushing Smoothing Patting Pinching Poking Lifting Slicing Digging Smearing Rolling Collecting Squeezing Clawing Piling Balancing Peeking Inserting Pounding Curling Attaching Investigating Filling Pressing Connecting

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Flashlights and Pop Tubes

  Saige has been interested in the pop tubes. When she first played with them a week ago, she connected three in a link: It’s

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Pop Tubes

Amelia swings her pop tube up and down in front of Mark, giggling uncontrollably and saying yes yes yes yes yes yes. Then she swings

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I’m on a mountain! I love that!

On Thursday’s walk in the sculpture park… At the wood chip mountain: Saige I’m on a mountain! I love that! Hey guys, I’m on a

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