It’s fall!


Last week, as the Primary unit talked about weather and the seasons, our art enrichment celebrated the changing colors around us. Every child had the chance to create their own fall leaves with liquid watercolors. This is such a great activity, as every leaf is beautiful and unique, regardless of a child’s stage of development. Children use an eyedropper to dispense the paint, one drop at a time. Not only is this an excellent fine motor exercise, but it begins building the lab skills for the chemistry experiments in their future.

After the leaves dried, we hung them in the windows of the Primary classroom. Not only do they help us celebrate fall, but they create a beautiful backdrop for our daily activities. Make sure you admire them as you drive by!

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