Author Archives: Frog Pond
Enjoy some photos from our Annual Sensory Walk, where children, teachers, and families take our love of the natural world to a whole new level of gush, mush, and muck!
We enjoyed a beautiful day exploring nature. The children are learning to take turns being the morning meeting leader. At our morning meeting, we sang two songs: Peter Peter and STAR Song. We also made a poster for being … Continue reading
One of our outside projects today was to make little planes out of sticks and string. When we were outside in the Yard a lot of the Tadpoles took trips to the brush pile to gather sticks with Ms. Angelica … Continue reading
Some Tadpoles were very excited to help Ms. Angelica make pupusas for us to try at snack time. They tried the dough and the cheese before they started rolling it out. They were all very helpful while they were rolling … Continue reading
Happy Friday Frog Families! A week that started with such t-shirts and shorts, ended with the return of poofy jackets and snow suits as we had many snow sightings out at the Mountain. The day included many games, old favorites … Continue reading
During another exciting day at the Pond, our Tadpole Classroom began preparations for the garden… unseasonably warm, but we are responding by observing and playing in the dirt. Enjoy our photos!
Today at the art table, the children created art with the shredded papers and glue. They spread glue and put the shredded papers on it. In the back room, the children played tumbling on the soft mat and danced with … Continue reading
Hi Frog Families! We have had a beautiful, muddy day at the Pond! This morning was spent using the giant waffle blocks to build several trucks and a motorcycle or two. Later several frogs transformed into monkeys and climbed all … Continue reading
This Morning we had some beautiful aromas wafting throughout the classroom thanks to Ms. Kim and the Green Tree Frogs cooking up a storm; they made rice pudding! They used brown rice grits, milk, butter, cinnamon, sugar, raisins, and a … Continue reading