Brown Room children got right to work this morning! In the studio Kate worked with a small group on clay slabs. The children used clay tools that added detail to their work and a variety of materials to create impressions in the clay. There were also some diligent painters at the easel. With all the new colors the Brown Room has mixed this week, their was plenty of opportunity for car cities, loop-de-loops, and see-saws to come alive.
In the big room, we continued to add to our collaborative sewing on the large loom. There were also some construction workers who were focused on creating a long bridge to stretch the length of the classroom. Austin stuck around to add several segments to the bridge that he worked on with Margaret.
Unlike yesterday's dreary weather there was plenty of time to appreciate the sunshine! Austin lended a huge helping hand to Jessica! He was happy to help gather all of his pals' coats and cubby bags, while Marley read a Brown Room favorite, The Little Engine that Could.
While outside, Leigh and Lou Lou were bound and determined to keep their balance all the way around the sand box. They took many turns, each time becoming better and better at navigating the ups and downs of the wooden pieces.
by Lisa & Rachael
Pieces of Tucker Room experiences.