Thursday, April 17, 2014

Spring is finally here!

With the arrival of Spring, classes prepared for Passover and Easter celebrations. Planting flower seeds in the classroom, gardening outside, coloring eggs, tasting them on the Seder plate, and of course the Egg Hunt are some of the events you may have heard about. And here are the pictures:)
Have a wonderful- short but sweet-Spring break!

Happy Spring!
Enjoying the weather

Purple Crocuses are out

Building aircraft outside

Gardening with Tanner's Mom

Egg coloring

Baking Hot Cross Buns

Our Seder Plate for Passover

Pretty delicious

I found  a blue egg

I am hiding mine

Happy Easter

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Primary Classes explore Asia

This year Primary Classes have been studying the largest of our 7 continents- the continent of Asia. So far we have been learning about the country of China, India and Japan. Here are several pictures from our Japan study.

Preparing vegetables for the sushi

Assembling sticky rice and veggies on dried seaweed

making a roll

serving sushi with chopsticks

Japanese flag

and a fan from Japan

just like volcanoes in Japan ours erupted as well

Cardinals' Carps

Emmie's Mom showed us how to do it

trying Ikebana

Origami Cranes
Origami Dog

Heart and Tulip Origami taught in the class by our own Japan born Sophia

Monday, March 17, 2014

St. Patrick's Day

Irish festivities were found in each classroom in honor of St. Patrick.  Children enjoyed songs, work, games, books, food and a leprechaun's pot of gold left just for them! Remember there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and if you ever catch a leprechaun he is obliged to tell you where he hid the pot of gold!

Wearing Green

Shamrock for good luck

Green Playdough

Irish Soda Bread
                                                Magical green milkshake                                                                        


 Wow, look at our pot of gold!  
Building yummy Rainbow

Happy St.Patrick's Day