Authentic Learning

Authentic Learning

A two year old puts on her sock all by herself. A three year old folds up a blanket and pushes it tightly into his backpack. A four year old rolls a snowball around the playground until it is fat...

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¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

Hola. ¿Empezaron bien el nuevo año? We are in the middle of our school year and today I want to tell you what your children are learning in Spanish class. In Spanish 1 we are studying the days of...

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A Classic Toy…

A Classic Toy…

Playdough! This soft, and often colorful, modeling material is just one of many staples one will see within the preschool classroom.  One that is homemade, often by the preschoolers, using a mixture...

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Sensory Painting With Preschool

Sensory Painting With Preschool

A couple weeks ago, as the final leaves were falling, I had a lovely opportunity to do some sensory painting with the students in my group time.  We ventured out into the warm sun and examined our...

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The Zones

The Zones

Late autumn brings with it a tremendous amount of excitement for children. There are Halloween costumes to choose, turkeys and pies to make and snow to wish for. The winter holidays and a new year...

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Grateful For Bixby

Grateful For Bixby

As we take a weeklong break from school to celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends, I reflect on what a special place Bixby is and how grateful I am to be a part of the Bixby community. Thus,...

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Cooking in Kindergarten

Cooking in Kindergarten

Cooking with kids can help get them interested in trying healthy foods they might not normally want to try. When they make it themselves, it is a feeling of accomplishment! During cooking club, we...

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