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Oh, that was a good one.

  We gathered together on the rug at the end of a busy morning. Kesler was holding this book in his hands. Diane asked him

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Exploring Writing

As a teaching team we are constantly listening to and observing the children within the studio.  These observations are what help form our curriculum. Before

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Evolving stories

As we listen and observe, document and reflect, search and brainstorm, we’ve come to realize that some children are more naturally drawn to the written

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And I’ll be the person that gasped

Kyla draws a picture at the table. She then walks around, holding the drawing up to her face, saying, Ooooooooooo! Spooky ghost! The friendly ghost

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Our Stories

Our afternoon writing efforts have inspired collaborative group work during our morning open studio play. While creating a cake of snow outside, a small group

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High Chair Rocket Ship

Amelia and Kyla are enjoying some rough and tumble play together on the rug. Amelia rolls on the rug towards the balls and pipes table

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THE SHREK SHOW

Sam has been talking about a Shrek play that he’s seen. He sits beside Rob and works with the blocks, apparently recreating the Shrek play,

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Oh, man, I forgot my luggage!

Our “endless and proper work” is to support children in engaging in generative play, which is why we observe, document, offer materials, and make children’s

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