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Finding Springtime in the Woods

In sharp contrast to last week’s brush with the polar vortex, this week we delighted in the warm sunshine.  It’s quite remarkable what unfolds as

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Leaving the Nest

Saige brought in a couple of nests this week. One had pieces of blue eggs in it! On Wednesday Emily came to visit us and

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Sticks and Pine Cones for Emily

We found a letter addressed to us and read it. Then, after a quick peek to see what Studio Red children were up to, we

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Discoveries in Nature

This week’s abundant sunshine and milder temps called to us, encouraging us to spend our mornings meandering and exploring.  From the sculpture park to the

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Musings from our nature walk

It’s kind of squishy. – Wes This looks like a number. – Tait Look at this. – Charlotte I think the water goes like this

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Outdoor Discoveries

The out-of-doors was magical this week. One group went for a walk on Tuesday (Ruthie, Caroline, Thomas, Kyla, Asha, Saige, Will) that started on the

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It’s like a tepee – Sofia

TEAMWORK abounded on our nature walk as a group worked together to form a house from fallen down limbs.  Gradually a lean-to house appeared complete

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I heard something move – Julia

As told by Julia: I can see something in this tree.  I’m looking at it with my eyes.  I heard something move.  I’m putting a stick in

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Walking through the Woods

Finding time each week to explore our woods is important to us as educators and we have observed, is important to the children in Studio

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