Our Arts & Crafts of Native Peoples class took a field trip to visit the Duwamish River and the Duwamish Long House & Cultural Center. They learned about the history of the Duwamish River, the Duwamish Tribe and native plants.
Learning fire building skills and roasting apples on a cold fall day.
While visiting Seahurst, the Coho class helped the Toadstool Fairy prepare the forest for winter! We learned about how and why trees get ready for colder weather, and then spread some winter fairy dust to help!
The Kokanee class used the wood chip pile in math, calculating how many buckets it will take to move the whole pile to the playground. They took turns beautifully, tallying and shoveling.
The Coho class had fun practicing writing letters with a brush and cornstarch on festive fall pumpkins. It feels fun on hands and fingers too!
The Chinook class embraced their own uniqueness by envisioning, designing and illustrating their own dream house, inspired by the book, The Big Orange Splot.
After school chess club participants were introduced to Chesslandia and new chess strategies to improve their game.
The Bridge School students have enjoyed being back in the classroom this fall and experiencing full days of learning, collaboration, creativity and outdoor exploration. We continue to use our outdoor learning spaces as well as ventilated indoor learning spaces throughout the day.
We regularly use nature as our classroom at The Bridge School. Our teachers use emergent curriculum, guided by student interests to create meaningful experiences for all ages.
The Kokanee class added candy to different substances, made predictions, used observation skills and recorded their findings.