What fun we had at the lo’i! We learned so much about kalo and Hawaiian culture!
Earlier this year our little school had the great misfortune of being struck by high winds — a large mango tree and our neighbor’s shed roof both fell on top of the play house. While we are pleased to report that no one was hurt during the wind storm, as it happened over the weekend, but […]
We learned about organic, sustainable farming practices like water catchment, worm composting, and an environmentally friendly ways to make chicken poop smell better. We also got to harvest some fruits and vegetables! Thank you Uncle Sean and Auntie Kai!
The Festival of Michaelmas Michaelmas is a harvest festival from Europe. It is originally from the Celtic tradition. It is widely celebrated in Waldorf communities and as I come from that tradition, I like to include it in our curriculum. St. Michael presides over this festival. He is depicted as a brave knight riding his white steed (represented […]
We end our spring semester with our annual puppet play. This year we told the story of Masha and the Bear, a story about a little girl who gets lost in the forest and has to live with a bear until one day she is able to out wit the bear and return to her […]