It struck me today as we were outside in the frigid (new vocabulary word) weather, that the experience of braving the cold to get outdoors is an incredibly valuable one. Sadly, in regions of the world that go through many months of winter, the majority of people spend their entire day indoors going from fluorescent
I have to start today by saying thank you to each of you for your trust in us as we took your children outside in the 18 degree weather. On a day that us adults don’t really want to be outside, it is hard to knowingly send children outside for an extended period of time.
As predicted, today was our toughest weather by far! If I’m being totally honest, it was tough out there. I mean, how often does anybody willingly go out into the rain? Especially when it’s 38 degrees outside. But, here’s the beauty…on the way out the door, nobody was complaining! Everyone was very well prepared; both
Well, we were hoping for rain and it finally happened! Rain provided opportunities for our Kindergarten class to jump in puddles, play with mud, and get nice and dirty! New weather brings new experiences! Today was our first experience taking public transportation to our location. This week it was the 423 Pace Bus to Erikson
It was a wonderful Wandering Wednesday! Our first adventure was everything we hoped it would be! We gathered in the morning to greet one another, to talk about what to expect for the day, to use the potty, and to read a book about the joy of being outdoors. We walked over to Lighthouse Beach