Saturday, March 19, 2011

School Week 26, 27, 28

Art Class

Picasso Sculptures

Bella talking about her sculpture

Some of the children's work not including the Angel!


This is an animals of the world work.  Most works around here are put together while we work on them.  I do not have any time to prep so I got the map, a book with animals of the world, our tub of little animals and some Geography Kid Magazines and we got to work!

We stoped when the kids got tired.

Here the kids made a mountain out of sand, rocks and mud.  They then slowly poured water on top and discussed their observations on where the water ran, the landforms formed and erosion.

Stations of the Cross Work discussed here.


Presidents Day.  I loved these presidents cards from the $1 section of Target.  The kids were very interested in hearing about all of the presidents.  Surprised me!
Baby trying to eat the cards!

Sweet Boy spelling.

I found a page in a workbook that used the same shapes as in this work.  they were even the same color.  It was great.  Bella really got into this.

She is basically finding different ways to make hexagons.

Sweet Baby working!  This is the Object Permanence Box with a tray.  This material develops hand-eye coordination and indirectly allows the child to experience object permanence.


Karen said...

Wow very interesting works!! Love sweet baby at work!!! Soooo lovely!! and of course trying eat the cards!!!lol... just like our little princess!!!
Big Hugs!

Olives and Pickles said...

Just to let you know I just posted a raffle to help Japan.
If you are interested on helping you are more than welcome to participate.
thank you : )


Susana of Montessori Candy said...

I love the object permanence box. I see that it is a nice size. For some reason I had always pictured it as being smaller, but it's a great size. I'm interested in buying some infant/toddler Montessori items that Montessori Education Supplies carries. It was great seeing you post Andres with his work.

Gigi said...

Thank you Karen! Yes, everything to the mouth first!!
Susan, I will post more of Andres' works. He is working on putting things in and taking them out! Lots of fun!