3-4 Classroom

Anyone Forest Bathing this Weekend?

9/20 Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Noah, “I am making a goal, I am checking it twice.” ~Written by Noah   The Scoop: We learned how to forest bathe during All School Meeting today. Ever heard of it? Here is a link , or better yet, ask your child about it. You should also ask them what they learned about how to compost and ways that we can reduce waste. It has been a long […]

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Anyone Forest Bathing This Weekend?

9/20 Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Noah, “I am making a goal, I am checking it twice.” ~Written by Noah   The Scoop: We learned how to forest bathe during All School Meeting today. Ever heard of it? Here is a link , or better yet, ask your child about it. You should also ask them what they learned about how to compost and ways that we can reduce waste.  It has been a long […]

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9/6 Smuggler, The Forts, See Ya Alli and Welcome Sarah

Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Eva “A life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit.” ~Mike Medaglia   The Scoop: Did you hear about Smuggler Mine? Yes, it is true that a 2,340 lb nugget was pulled from Smuggler mine…the largest hunk of silver ever found. There are so many holes in that mountain, one is 7 times the size of The Hotel Jerome, yes you read that correctly. It is […]

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Butterflies, Ghost Towns & Forts

Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Levi — “We are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars.” -Oscar Wilde   The Scoop: This week was so much fun! Our field trip to Ashcroft was beautiful, peaceful and informative. Did you know that when the town of Ashcroft was a town it had 3000 people living there? Aspen only had about 300 at the time! Why aren’t there more houses […]

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Welcome back!!!

8/30 Quote of the Week:  Chosen by Gigi — “Cause a little bit of summer is what the whole year is about.” -John Mayer The Scoop: Welcome back to school everyone! We are thrilled to welcome in this new crew and begin our adventures together. We spent this week getting to know each other, learning classroom routines, and beginning our first curricular units.  First off, thank you for subscribing to (and reading) this blog. You […]

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