Submitted by Communications on Tue, 04/06/2021 - 10:40am
Check out a nature studies blog where Ms. Jung talks about how some good old mud can be good for children of every age.
Getting in the mud, touching it, and having it on your hands, in your hair, and all over your face can be incredibly funny, silly, and actually good for you according to a blog I found. Take a look at the article which outlines how muddy kids are happier, healthier, more relaxed and great leaders.
Submitted by Communications on Thu, 03/25/2021 - 12:36pm
Check out a nature studies blog from Ms. Jung she sees some of the our younger aftercare children master playground skills they've been working on.
CT AC kiddos are so proud they can hang upside down from the parallel bars! It takes practice, and perseverance to be able to pull yourself up to the bars and hang long enough to call over a teacher to show them what you can do.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Fri, 03/12/2021 - 1:44pm
At the Waldorf School, teachers incorporate current and historical stories and lessons about peoples and cultures around the world, Maryland and the other regions of the United States throughout the year. Children’s lessons will vary based on age, grade, and the class configuration. This last month teachers created meaningful ways to highlight Black History Month. Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work has inspired expansion of our programmatic offerings.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Tue, 03/09/2021 - 11:37am
Check out a nature studies blog from Ms. Jung as she finds a new friend on campus which signals that Spring must be on the way!
As the ice melted and the sunshine warmed everything up we are starting to see signs that Spring is coming. This week on campus we’ve had a couple of nature encounters with a native wasp species who can be found here in Maryland: the Northern Paper Wasp.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Fri, 02/12/2021 - 11:04am
Our middle school students are celebrating historic figures, heroes and icons in many ways this year.
When the student council expressed to the middle school teachers that they'd like to hear more about prominent Black History biographies, the community was able to come together and create a meaningful experience. Each teacher researched interesting biographies to present to their respective classes and then each class had a student present a powerful essay to the entire middle school this week.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Thu, 01/21/2021 - 12:49pm
Check out a nature studies blog from Ms. Jung. Our Cherry Tree friends climbed all the way to the top of (a short) tree. They were very proud of their achievement, and happily played up there for quite a long while.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Fri, 01/08/2021 - 4:52pm
As we returned from our holiday break, our children were eager to get back to observing and questioning nature.
Happy New Year!
In Nature Studies, we have been blessed with some pretty nice weather this week, and everyone had a great time swinging on the vine … until it broke! No one was hurt, no worries, the thick cover of last year’s leaves cushioned the fall.
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Fri, 12/18/2020 - 10:59am
WSB welcomed lessons from University of Maryland, Baltimore County students earlier this month and the experience was truly meaningful for everyone involved.
Our students, in grades 4-8, welcomed a group of UMBC students who are studying Arts in Education, to lead their music classes earlier this month.
Third grade parent Airi teaches the UMBC class that explores teaching artistry where she said "music is taught experientially so that personal relevance could be found within a work of art."
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Mon, 12/14/2020 - 9:30am
Meet our newest Forest Explorers team members.
Introducing Ms. Alanis Brown
Submitted by Lindsay Machak on Wed, 12/09/2020 - 4:55pm
Although we weren't able to celebrate our Winter Garden in the same ways as years past, we created a new way to walk the spiral outdoors and it was as beautiful as ever.
This year has forced us to really get creative in how we are celebrating festivals. While we are separate, and still together, we were able to have a very beautiful Winter Garden with some of our classes this year.