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Here’s a little appetizer to our Food Revolution Day Celebration video spread!
Sewing is another form of art, and an invaluable skill. This is one of the many things the Grade 2 students learn in daycare. The look of astonishment in educator Ms. Franca’s Grade 2 daycare students was something to behold … Continue reading
Adam Rahmani, Grade 6 student Ms. Rosa’s Grade 6 students had the privilege of attending a traditional English tea party during our after school daycare program. We were served traditional English Tea, complete with scones, crumpets, pastries and jam; and what’s … Continue reading
Dalkeith B.A.S.E. Daycare: Build Your Own Board Game program shows off their technology savvy skills!
Jodi Schwartz, B.A.S.E. Curriculum Advisor The Build Your Own Board Game Program at Dalkeith Elementary brought things into the 21st Century by using iPads to record television commercials for their newly created board games. Every Wednesday morning since the end … Continue reading
Stefanie Erskine, B.A.S.E. Animator At John Caboto Academy, Orlando and his classmates spent the lesson learning about their dominant sides. Students learned that everyone has a dominant hand, leg and eye, and they are not always on the same side. … Continue reading
Catherine Cottis, Cedarcrest Daycare Educator In the early hours of Hallows Eve, the little goblins started slowly creeping in. Cedarcrest Daycare was teeming with excitement and anticipation for a day of fun-filled activities all happily planned by the educators. The … Continue reading