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Kinderartists

Kinderartists have started a project in the art studio inspired by French artist, Henri Rousseau! Students looked at his painting, "Surprise" which shows a dream-like image of a tiger in the jungle during a rainstorm. The tiger looks like it is ready to pounce! Henri Rousseau painted faraway jungles, but really he just looked at plants from the local botanical gardens. Students created beautiful tiger drawings filled with lush plants like Rousseau did in his work. Soon they will be painting their images!
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Nursery school's curiosity

Wondering where Tr. Lisa works, nursery school students decided to take a trip to the schoolhouse to find out. They found the admission office and climbed up on the sofa and chairs with two books in hand. They enjoyed listening to Tr. Lisa read "Corduroy" and "A Pocket for Corduroy." (For those familiar with Corduroy, there is a name connection which led the kids to choose the Corduroy books.) You never know where nursery school's curiosity will lead them.
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Basketball Game

It was a tough basketball game vs United Friends School yesterday. Despite an 8-38 loss, all team members showed great effort, teamwork, and grit. Come out and cheer on the team at the next home game vs. Stratford Friends on Friday, January 11, 2019.
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Partner Time

Nursery school made homemade pizza and gifts for their grade 5/6 partners. They enjoyed each others' company and watched a movie together.
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Brandywine Senior Living Visit

Middle School students visited our friends at Brandywine Senior Living for a sing-along of holiday songs and distributed hand-made winter ornaments. Students reconnected with some of the residents they met last month. They also spent time with residents in the memory loss/dementia wing, making beaded ornaments. The time spent with Brandywine seniors was a positive and moving experience for many as they shared in the holiday spirit and brought warmth and cheer to Brandywine.
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"Polar Express" Reading

School committee member Doug Keith treated our Heritage House students to an annual fireside reading of “The Polar Express” in the Meetinghouse. The children gathered around Doug by the cozy fire and listened to him read the wonderful traditional holiday story. This year, Doug used a large computer monitor so that everyone could see the illustrations close up. Afterward, the students presented Doug with a gift and then everyone enjoyed some hot chocolate and snacks.
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Caroling

Many parents and students joined us at Brandywine Senior Living for some holiday caroling. Tr. Ed accompanied us on guitar as we sang Christmas and Hanukkah songs serenading our Brandywine friends who also joined in for the sing-along. Afterwards, we headed back to FSH for a pizza party. It was an enjoyable evening for all.
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The "Very Hungry Caterpillar" Presentation

Nursery students presented their film debut of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” for partners and parents. Directed and produced by Tr. Callie, each student gave a stellar performance. There were even outtakes at the end of the movie. FSH follows an emergent learning program. One of our students wanted to hear the story “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” daily so why not make a movie and have our nursery students be the stars. Look out Hollywood!
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