I Love You, Fish!

I Love You, Fish!

  Recently a couple of our bats have been busily planning and constructing a transportation system complete with a computer to switch the tracks when a different train line comes along. This duo of engineers created a track signal computer. Some of the children during our thinking choice time chose fish. I’m sharing a couple … Continue reading

…High Volume Need…

…High Volume Need…

  Looking at photos clockwise: #1:  A pattern cat toy for Seneca is the story behind the wire and green, yellow and orange beads. This Bat was practicing knowledge of patterns, the aesthetics of patterns and empathy. #2:  There is this constant stream of people who come to our classroom with unique repurposed items. They’ve … Continue reading

Many Stories Were Created There

Many Stories Were Created There

  The light table is a significant feature in our classroom. At times it’s a free, investigative thinking/learning area. Recently, we’ve used magna tiles on the light table, and the children added other materials to make their own thinking/learning more meaningful. Many stories were created there. Examples: animal habitats, rocket ships, skyscrapers, and the list … Continue reading