Sweet Small Group Times Together
On these smaller days at KW we really get to hone in on some of the moments that we experience every day...just in a closer context. This slide show gives an example of some of those sweetly shared moments in our day:
Maren and Lane began translating their headband designs into 3D work. Here's a closer look at their processes so far:
Margaret had decided she would like to make a wood sewing so she made a plan to drill holes in wood today. Margaret bravely and competently handled the drill as she placed holes for her sewing. After deciding she had made enough holes, she got to work sewing alongside Maren who was continuing her sewing piece.
Margaret noticed a shell with a hole, "We can sew with this shell because it has a hole." She showed problem solving when she realized her needle was too thick to go through a certain button, "Next time I'll use a skinny needle."
Margaret and Maren's Work in Progress:
Also today, children returned to their watercolor designs from yesterday and peeled away the tape, revealing the negative space between the paint!
A special note: at times the Friday blog posts may not go up on Friday evenings. Please check back later in the weekend if you don't see our updates on your first go-around and thanks so much for the flexibility going into the weekend!
We look forward to more headband designs, wood sewing,
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