patti's class

November 15th, 2012

Asher started full time school in September and it has been great. He transitioned surprisingly well from 2 school mornings to 3 camp mornings to 3 weeks at home then right into 5 full buy online viagra where days of 830-245.

(Asher’s is the red/white checkered on the left)

They do all the adorable things he did last year like a music teacher once a week and creative movement instead of yoga. A Spanish teacher comes in on Friday mornings to do immersion and on Tuesdays they cook lunch for themselves. Since the campus is divided into 7-8 different buildings they walk to the school’s “big yard” every day which is 6 blocks away and sometimes I accidentally run into them and have to hide. They have a walking trip in the neighborhood once a week to places like the puppet theater, library and fire house.

This month they are talking about gratitude and having a “sharing feast” the Wednesday before thanksgiving. We are bringing broccoli because Matthew is away the whole week and its about all I can handle.

From Patti:

“During November, the children will be learning about friends, family, and being thankful.  We will continue the theme of gratitude when we round out the end of the month learning about the helpers in our community!”

So cute!

We walk there and back but Asher usually scoots. Its just over half a mile and can take between 15-45 minutes depending on just how many roses he stops to smell.

Rain or shine!

All in all its been great and I can’t believe 2 months have passed already. Its so weird not having him around during the day but he has only had about 1 full week of school so far. Soon my work will pick up and he’ll start staying until 5 every day. We’ve booked him afterschool starting in November so he’s tried it out a few times and loves it. Of course he does.

 

Entry Filed under: My little nuggets

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Matthew  |  November 16th, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    Bumping into them on the street as they are walking really is so fun.

  • 2. sharon  |  November 16th, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    Can you send me to pre-school? It sure looks like fun.

  • 3. Carolee  |  November 16th, 2012 at 10:56 pm

    That’s quite the schedule they’ve got there. Does Asher really nap at school? What do the non-nappers do during that time?

  • 4. bari  |  November 17th, 2012 at 6:18 pm

    Yes, they keep them busy busy busy. Its not the same every day but I am pretty sure loads of it is free play. He does nap there!!!! He hasn’t napped at home since early summer but naps there 4-5 days a week. Its amazing. Maybe I should start a “schedule for today”

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