This week, we wrapped up our parent workshop series with April Duncan, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist here in St. Louis.
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Kindergarteners are using multiple intelligences to explore the life cycle of frogs.
After watching parts of a nature documentary, 1st Grade students had a lot of strong feelings—how could they help to make a difference for our planet?
2nd Graders have been learning about the North American prairie biome, and recently completed a STEM challenge in which they were asked to use given materials to build a model of an underground tunnel for a prairie dog town.
Our 3/4s were on a neighborhood walk yesterday when they noticed a Black Lives Matter sign in one yard, and stopped for a mini-lesson about what those signs mean and why people put them in their yards.
When faced with the possibility of no longer being able to walk to Forest Park, 1st Graders pulled together their knowledge of persuasive writing, change makers, and protests to speak up about their beliefs and make a difference in their school.
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