Children tromped in the snow and examined winter animal clues (we even found a raccoon taill…) We built forts with old Christmas trees, too. We are loving the all this… Read more »
See how we searched for animal tracks and made some of our own during this snowy week!
What could be better than cider around a campfire? The children learned all about how fire is helpful to people firsthand. Our students loved gathering fire wood (mouse tails, chickadee… Read more »
We explored the properties water freezing and melting in winter. We loved hiding hunks of ice on the trails to predict which would melt the fastest or not at all.… Read more »
Okay, not really. There were no actual bears or children harmed during this week’s classes! Instead, we reveled in the fun song and story We’re Going on a Bear Hunt… Read more »
It was a perfect week for snowfall as the children discovered ways animals are equipped to deal with cold weather.
Thanks to our families for submitting these excellent pictures of The Nature Preschool students! We were curious to know what the children would be up to when school was out due… Read more »
We took notice of clues that winter is on the way! We enjoyed placing thermometers along the trail to see where the warmest and coldest hiding places are for animals.… Read more »
It was a short week with the Thanksgiving and Hanukkah holidays, but we still took time to express our gratitude for each other and the natural community. Children wrote and… Read more »
We continued to explore nocturnal concepts by comparing flighted creatures (owls, bats, and flying squirrels) with the possum habits we discovered last week. From making moon pies and moon play… Read more »