Have you heard of “flexible seating”? I had not until last spring, when this blog popped up on my Facebook news feed.
Well the last day of school came and went. It’s always bittersweet for me.
It is exciting to have summer vacation and to spend more time at home at the monastery.
But I miss my students (and while some will return to my classroom next year, several are moving on to kindergarten). Continue Reading
On Tuesday we walked to our local park to play and have a picnic. Nothing but fun this time of year!
We threw soft frisbees, played with our parachute, climbed and ran and slid and used our OUTDOOR VOICES! Continue Reading
It’s the last week of school. I feel like a kid myself: I’m so excited!
And we’re having so much fun! We have lots of great activities planned, but one of the most loved is Water Day. Continue Reading
Field Day is the MOST exciting day of the year … or at least of May.
When we arrived at school last Friday, the first thing we saw was a BOUNCY HOUSE. Oh, my. We were nearly wild with anticipation.
But there was some work to do before we began. We had to prepare ourselves for the experience. Continue Reading
If you can’t tell by the pictures, we learned about Pentecost today.
It’s a simple lesson: First, we identified the church season we are in. The kids thought it was still Easter, but I explained that Easter ended yesterday, and that yesterday was special. We practiced saying the word “Pentecost,” and shared about what happened on the first Pentecost. Continue Reading