February 24th, 2022
Today, Ragnar and Seon had the chance to continue with the sound of our footsteps work. The pair decided to compare the sounds of their footsteps on various stairs in the school, and worked to record and capture the sounds through drawing.
Drawing the sound of the Chapel of the Carpenter steps
Seon: I did 4 steps.
Ragnar: I did 7 steps. I did 7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7 steps. All these 7 steps.
Seon: I want more draw. I want more color. I took the other color out.
Ragnar: I’m not done yet. I have a chance to use these or these (pointing to the jar of colored pencils and the jar of markers)? I always need to work really hard. More black.
Seon: I can do a new color drawing. Okay I want to use this color. Okay I want the markers.
Ragnar: I mixing all the colors. I’m trying to show my parents something nice.
In the classroom, children explored the new dramatic play “grocery store”, explored films and slides on the light table and had a chance to create with wire.
Emma: I’m going to use green wire. Slowly in, slowly back,
Ford: What! Why are these (tiles) here? These are so hard for me. Oh, I know what to do with this. Put it through then back, it’s like a roller coaster. It’s very hard to make
Rawls: This is a ghost roller coaster!
Emma: It’s like sewing. I made the daddy one. This (wire) is strong!
Louisa: ooh, where did that (bead) go? I’ll get it! That’s for daddy, this is for mommy and Ellie. Let’s put beads on that one.
Louisa's Wire Sculpture
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