The Busy Blog

  • Butterfly Release

    Back in May, Ms. LaDawn’s class (Bumblebees) started learning about the life cycle of a butterfly. Each student had their own “baby butterfly” to observe through the different cycles. The students watched them grow from a few millimeters to well over an inch. They watched them form the letter “J” at the top of the container (metamorphosis process), after that they moved the chrysalises into the butterfly house where they broke out and formed into […]

  • Dino Dig!

    We started Dinosaur Week with an excavation site! The kids got to dig up and brush off dinosaur bones that have been hidden in our sandbox for millions of years 😉 !!! The kids enjoyed being paleontologists at recess! They discussed what kind of dinosaur bones they could be, which they all agreed that it was a T-REX!  Along with Dinosaur Week, the kids have also been doing classroom art activities. We have colored and […]

  • Fizzing Dinosaur Eggs

    Next week will we kickoff our Summer Curriculum with Dinosaur Week. I’ll be making a few blog posts on kid friendly dinosaur activities that you can do at home!  These simple bath bombs are made with baking soda, citric acid, and oil.  I followed the recipe on Fun at Home with Kids, and it worked really well.  I made 8 times the recipe, which made 8 dinosaur eggs. You can form the eggs with toy dinosaurs […]