Tinkergarden

Today we tried a tinkergarden class. A friend of ours recently became a new teacher so we decided to check it out. They started by exploring and collecting interesting nature pieces, like moss covered sticks, rocks, and leaves.


After telling the story of stone soup the kids went to work making their own stone soup. Except is was actually just stone soup, with added leaves. They loved it. Adalyn and Hudson especially loved dumping the water; Adalyn into other buckets and Hudson all over himself.


The whole point of this class is to let kids explore so when Adalyn ran over to this rock and decided it was time to sing a song, it was welcomed. And adorable.


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