Eyes, brains and skin- 8th grade has been working on their human anatomy block!
Last week, 7th grade took an interactive field trip to an inclusive playground, where students with and without disabilities were paired together for a day of play and learning. ⠀ ⠀ Did you know that children with disabilities are 65% more likely to experience bullying than children without? The exclusion, labeling, and teasing they face in schools can result in years of social isolation. One study found that 1 in 4 young adults with Autism who participated had no peer contact for an entire year. Can you imagine a childhood without a single friend? Inclusion Matters by Shane’s Inspiration addresses this social discrimination by promoting inclusion on school campuses across the world.⠀ ⠀ Learn more at InclusionMatters.org!
Registration is open our Winter Parent and Child classes for toddlers 12 months to 2 ½ years starting in January. (LInk in Bio)⠀ ⠀ Come join us for a beautiful program of group activities, free play, snack time, discussion, and outdoor play infused with Waldorf and RIE™ principles. Our warm and inviting play space includes beautiful, imaginative toys designed to inspire greater curiosity and freedom to explore.
The 8th grade class made dodecahedron lanterns today! If you remember, they’ve been exploring this three dimensional shape as part of geometry and plantonic solids but it will also help them further grasp algebraic equations.