GTMS Life > News September 28, 2020

September Celebrations!

September sure did fly by at Greene Towne, and so much has happened! Old friends reconnected, new friends were made, and we’ve all learned so much. The thirteen new children who joined us a month ago are already an essential part of our community, and it’s been amazing to watch our shared snack table, work […]

September sure did fly by at Greene Towne, and so much has happened! Old friends reconnected, new friends were made, and we’ve all learned so much. The thirteen new children who joined us a month ago are already an essential part of our community, and it’s been amazing to watch our shared snack table, work on materials together, and even some older children have given some lessons! We have a lot of literal siblings in our class this year, but even more big brothers and sisters of no relation – taking great care to show their younger friends the way.  

 

Other highlights from our first month were Show and Tell, Birthday Circles, Movement with Mr. Julian and the Moveable Alphabet!  

 

We cannot forget about all the great independent work we have been focusing and concentrating on throughout the month as well! We explored the human body as well as interacted with apples. In the coming weeks we have lots of pumpkins and leaves heading our way as we fall into a peaceful routine. Continued efforts to keep our masks on, hands washed, and materials cleaned allow everyone in the environment to observe, learn, and work with reverence. A HUGE thanks to all of our families for continuing to positively support our lifelong learning journey! 

 

-Ms. Jamie, Ms. Maggie, Ms. Diana, Ms. Allison, Mx. James, Ms. Erica, & Ms. Chris!

 

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