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Frog Fun: Erosion and Baby Animals

Continuing our study of water this month, during small group time in the Frog class one group learned about erosion with a model watershed. Science Sarah used modeling clay to create a slope on which they put dirt. Then they … Continue reading

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Kid-Friendly Recipe: Southwest Salad

For Frog class small group, one of the groups made salad dressing. We used grapefruit juice, vegetable oil, fresh parsley, a little sugar, salt, pepper, and chili powder. We shook it all together and realized that, just like our oil … Continue reading

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Diana Delves into Frog Class Fun – Welcome Spring!

As Spring approaches, I have noticed more and more, the beautiful sounds of birds. They are returning to welcome Spring! Though February was rather unpredictable, we hope that March will bring more of the warm, balmy weather that we love. … Continue reading

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Frog Class: Hot and Cold, Fire and Water

A sneak peak at what our Frog students are exploring this month: Hot and cold. In the middle of winter we can more readily experience both extremities. Cold weather will not keep our Frogs from playing outdoors. They will experience … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of Our Frogs: Frogs in the Woods

Lead Frog Teacher, Sue, regularly journals about the adventures at Frog Pond. Here some highlights from earlier this week: We started a walk in the woods in three small groups. As we walked we wore our fox ears and our … Continue reading

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