Thursday, February 1, 2018

January at Marlowe

January was off to a chilly start! We kept in theme by learning all about the Arctic and Antarctic. 
The children made eskimo and polar bear crafts... well as open-faced penguin sandwiches.
We rolled popcorn "snow" balls...
...and cut out snowflakes. We even made geometric penguins!
We talked about greenhouses being a good option for winter gardening and attempted to grow radishes inside a balloon.
However, the winter chill could not keep us from enjoying the sunnier days.
Inside the classroom, the children received lots of new lessons and enjoyed reviewing favorites. 
We were excited to see so many friends at this month's playdate at the Center for Puppetry Arts! 
I look forward to seeing you all soon!!

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