1 2 BOATSDuring our World Geography and Age of Exploration block, the students made replicas of sailing ships used by explorers and conquistadors during that time period. They could either make a cog, caraval, galleon, or junk. Students made each
“Light is more important than the lantern,The poem more important than the notebook.” ― Nizar Qabbani 1 Lantern Walk To mark the beginning of winter and inward journey of the season, students gather at the school to collect their lanterns, hear
Fall Activities Silk Dying Dream Catchers Face Painting Gnomes Lollipop Tree Hair Braiding Bake Sale Jump Rope Making Art Station “The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.” ~ William Blake Recent Projects Seventh Grade Boats Lantern Festival Harvest Festival Highlights
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We have two very festive seasonal celebrations this week, and we would like to invite your family to join us at one or both! The Lantern Walk is intended for families with students in 1st through 4th grade. The Diwali
Be sure to read this month’s parent enrichment article.
In October, Wasatch Charter School held a panel discussion with several staff members and guests regarding Waldorf education. Mike Christensen kindly filmed the event for us. If you were unable to attend the event you may watch the video on
Education does not stop when recess begins. Read the article here. https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/09/learning-through-play/499703/