Whenever the spring hits the Pacific Northwest, something happens to all of us. We get outside and begin to open up to the world all around us. So hence, it is with me too. I begin to expand outward and cherish natures beauty while slowly relinquishing my commitment in sharing the Education for Life principals. Therefore, I will do my best to catch you up on some of our key activities this spring.
This has been a very busy time in our classroom with so many cherished activities that I needed to share. I can only touch on them lightly thus not to bore you with long lengthy lesson plans.
The month of March the children and all our teachers were busy with our Annual Living Wisdom Art Show. This year at the school for our main exhibit we all created a Monet's garden. The children in our class made the art sculpture with one of our fathers. This was the bridge in the garden, surrounded by a pond, a large willow tree, fish, birds, and lily pads. Each student in the school created something for the garden. It was spectacular!
The month of April the children were able to explore the human body. We spent several days on exploring the physical body. The children made their own bodies along with exploring how our hearts, lungs and brains function.
The third week into the program we spent time exploring our spiritual body. We began a more advanced yoga program for calming our spirits.
The third week into the program was also about keeping our bodies well and healthy.
Vibration and healing in our hands
|What parts of the hand can heal our bodies?|
|Healing music and dance|
|Healing love and empathy. Here is our Pre-kindergarten baby. This is our french teacher, who now has a new baby to share with us in our classroom.|
|Tibetan sound healing concert|