Students seemed so happy to be back to school after a delightful spring break - they loved seeing their friends again.
In math, we continued our progress in our math books, played games to practice various computational and logic skills, and worked on our "how to multiply" books.
New photographs were printed for March to add to our year-long writing/journaling project, and some children are finishing their writers workshop projects. We practiced our poem presentation for Friday's morning meeting.
We went on a long walk on Wednesday afternoon in search for a perfect spot for quiet reading - we will be doing more reading outside in the woods as the weather turns warmer. We began a new chapter book this week, and are really enjoying the exploits of Clementine, by Sara Pennypacker.
Our big months-long project for Sustainability is seed-saving, and this week we learned about heirloom tomatoes and how to save their seeds by fermentation. It may be stinky, but we should have a lot of clean, lovely seeds by Wednesday next week.