El Sol’s Farmer’s Market was more beautiful than ever last weekend. The sapphire showers were a-blooming and the garden a-thriving. Happily, the cooler temperatures did no harm to the plants.
Our Read a Recipe children were treated to a horticultural lesson by Joel Crippen. They all participated with great enthusiasm. Read all about it next week!
The children took to the floor, closed their eyes and imagined what it was like to be in the snow. Feel it and see it in your mind’s eye. Then they got up to write about it. A great way to start the holiday break!
The children at Melaleuca Elementary School haven’t wasted any time this year. They’ve polished their gardening skills and much more. Just ask them about caterpillars and good bugs!
The children at Our Lady of Lourdes enjoy drawing as well as writing. The evidence is provided herein.
These children not only like to write, but they like to smile too. And the snack of chick bean crackers and hummus was a new experience for them.