Another week with everything falling into place, ending another year, where everything fell into place. The students at Country Classroom are getting ready to celebrate the end of the school year. We have been remembering and practicing our favorite songs, so that we can share them with our families at the Gallupville House on Thursday. We finished up this week with a work party in which parents (and grandparents) showed up en masse to help us get out school ready for the sum
Nancy asked our children, "Do you know what's the wonderful thing about questions?" They had lots of ideas for that one. "Once you ask one, you come up with more and more and more!" "You get to look for the answers!" "They're fun to think about." "Sometimes you just can't figure out the answer, and that's pretty cool." "Maybe you can study them when you're big." We nurture so many questions here and give them the respect they need. I'm glad that our children can tell, value q
The bees, wasps, ants, butterflies, beetles, worms, pill bugs, salamanders, toads, chipmunks and all sorts of other animal friends have been showing their faces around our school yard and woods. The children observe them carefully and generate all sorts of questions. "Do bugs have eyelids?" "Do salamanders have bones in their legs? They move all funny." "What do salamanders eat?" We look so more as we try to answer some of these questions and consult some of our books to see
Parent Weekly Emails
Each week, Country Classroom Head Teacher Tracy writes an email to our parents. Many of those emails we publish here.