- Plastic Lids from juice or milk containers.
- Beads Beads Beads
- Cardboard Rolls (anything cylindrical and cuttable)
- Recycled One Sided Paper
- Film Canisters
(Children love to collect and love to contribute to school even more. Invite your child to collect the things your family tosses the most. Honestly if you have a lot of it we'll love to have it. We could play for hours with just bread bag tabs and tooth picks!)
The Language of Art
-By Ann Pelo
I Can Make a Rainbow
-By Marjorie Frank
Don't Move the Muffin Tins
- By Bev Bos
In the Spirit of the Studio
Artful Teaching. Integrating Arts into the Classroom.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
If you haven’t noticed, we’ve been working on a substantial project in the big yard. Due to the amount of grout on my fingers and the energy left in my body at the end of this long, joyful, exciting and fun-filled … Continue reading
For Maddox’s last day as a student of CSWS he requested that we do a play. So we threw together a presentation of Where the Wild Things Are! All of the roles were chosen by the children and the costumes … Continue reading
A film by Rodney O’Byrne explaining who we are and what we do. Check it out. Beautifully done Rodney. Miss you and your family much. Thank you!
Teacher Jen is a Blake Island teacher but also works with the preschoolers 2x a week and the K2 daily on letter and number recognition as well as pencil/crayon grip and handwriting. A lot of the work that Jen and I do naturally overlap … Continue reading
When asking Michelle what Mystery Bay needed from studio time one sunny afternoon she said “We need to go on a nature walk!”. So we decided to combine Michelle’s table time, Handwriting Without Tears lessons and Studio time to go on a nature walk … Continue reading