Tuesday, November 19, 2019
What Kind of Shiny?
Children worked with watercolors to represent sources of light. Once again, we noticed how children influence each other as they work. Today we saw a lot of sunrises, rainbows, and rainbow sunrises!
Building with Light
Building with light and shiny materials was a big hit last week, but not everyone had a chance to do it. Today new builders were in the areas. Many children remembered structures or environments that had been built before and added their own interpretation.
Alexandra and Evelyn worked on two castles, with an assist from Lou Lou at the end of the day.
Austin, Sam, Lou Lou, and Sally worked on a lighthouse. There were lots of opportunities for negotiation, collaboration, and problem solving.
Grace M. built "a fireplace that no one can touch." It later became a museum for fire and light.
The two building areas created by Tucker Room children were saved. It will be a wonderful surprise for their classmates tomorrow.... and we can't wait to see how it changes with the participation of different children!
Children used a variety of strategies to harvest some of the persimmons today. We were somewhat successful! We will use them in a cooking project soon!
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