Working Hard in the Childrens House

Thursday, May 18, 2017

The Children’s House students stay very busy each day.  They engage in various hands-on activities and experiences in a sequential curriculum of math, language, sensorial, practical life, and science.  In these photos:

Annabel is learning increments of 10 as part of a math work.  She is counting to 1000! 

Art projects provide an enjoyable way to learn and have fun.  These students are creating a colorful masterpiece while they learn about various shapes.

The two kindergarten students are working in the language area, developing their handwriting proficiency.  They work on writing sentences every week to build their writing portfolio.

This five-year-old is learning about the place value system in math with the guidance of his teacher.