Thursday, March 12, 2020
Giving Feedback Part 2
After such a successful time yesterday of sharing headband work in progress and hearing feedback from the group, we offered the opportunity to Sally and Maren who weren't here yesterday.
Headbands, Sewing, and Building with Georgetown Houses
The following slideshow gives an overview (and some captions for closer insight) of the rest of our day. Children worked diligently on continuing their hand bands and finishing previous wood and clay sewing pieces. Children also built with a projected image of Georgetown houses which Grace David picked out for us! We hoped this construction challenge will help us stay connected to the idea we're considering for a village of children's structures.
Ideas to Consider Over Spring Break
As we shared in our email, we've brainstormed some possibilities for you and the children to try out over the break. (Remember: there's no "homework" and this is all optional!) We hope these will help the children stay connected to some of the current work and ideas happening in KW. We also hope you can use them to take pause in this strange time away from our usual routines to wonder and be with one another in joy.
We can't wait to hear about what you try or come up with!
Have a happy and healthy Spring Break!!
4/24/2020 12:38:18 am
As a cook, I need to be fully aware about the limits of my kitchen. Well, I really work professionally, and I want to make the most of my abilities. Cooking is about managing time and precision. To accurately make moves in the kitchen, the chef needs to be aware of where his tools are. Being in a new kitchen can really confuse me, especially when it comes to my groove. I love cooking, but I hate cooking in different kitchens.
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