Block Play

Block Play

What exactly is it that block play provides our youngest children with? Simply put…so much! As I spent my morning with the preschoolers in the block area, I was able to capture various forms...

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The Risks We Take

The Risks We Take

Think about the implications of a 2.5 year old child joining us and leaving us at age 11 to go to middle school! What happens in this part of early and middle childhood sets in many ways the tone...

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Eating The Rainbow

Eating The Rainbow

Have you had a chance to talk to your kiddos about eating the rainbow? This is the idea that we should be choosing a variety of different-colored whole foods throughout the day and the week. Of...

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Material Matters

Material Matters

“The freest child is the child who is most interested in what he is doing, and at whose hand are the materials for his work or play.” — Caroline Pratt, progressive education reformer &...

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A Study of the Sun

A Study of the Sun

Since summer students had already viewed the eclipse at Bixby, we began the new term with a study of the Sun, and it’s significant connections to our own world. Starting from a single photo of...

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Happy First Month of School!

Happy First Month of School!

Dear Bixby Community, In a bit of nostalgic reflection, I remember my first day of kindergarten, complete with an elephant backpack (though I believe it was called “pack pack” back then). In fact, I...

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