Week 1! Thursday Forest Dreamers 2/13/2020

February 19, 2020 - Forest Dreamers

Our First day of Forest Dreamers was filled with adventure and wonderful observations of nature. The students started the day with magnifying glass exploration, viewing the forest from a different perspective. Our friends then gathered together to sing our morning song and after we made our trail snacks! Both of these will be part of… Read more »

SENSING FALL

October 6, 2016 - Preschool, Preschool Weekly

The Nature Preschool welcomes Fall with open arms! We have embarked on many adventures to discover the changes that are occurring as the weather begins to cool down. Have you seen the leaves begin to change? Have you noticed the animals collecting food for the winter? Last week our classes were able to sport their… Read more »

Roots, Trunks and Leaves

October 13, 2013 - Preschool Weekly

As the forest bustles with fall changes, we turn our thoughts to what trees do in autumn. Some of our favorite tree investigations this week included acorn and leaf printing, rubbings made on tree rings, outdoor leaf play, and tree exploration in the rain. “Mother Nature Did you Sneeze” and “I’m a Nut” were favorite songs. Notice all the… Read more »

Water Worlds

May 18, 2012 - Preschool Weekly

This Week’s Adventures: We drip with learning as we explore aquatic habitats! The wetlands, stream, and vernal pools are our playground! (Okay, not really – we try very hard not to harm any creatures!) We examine life in wet places and find toads, green frogs, tadpoles, dragonfly nymphs, crayfish…and well, you get the picture! We practice letter “Ww”… Read more »

Rabbits and Raindrops

March 23, 2012 - Preschool Weekly

[slideshow] This Week’s Adventures: We delighted in Spring as we learned about emerging plants and animals in Spring. We made raindrop paintings and flowers. We searched for spring wildflowers and even came across some snakes! We watched a bird banding demonstration to see how we can track where birds go each season. We loved playing “rabbits… Read more »