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Black Cherry

Kyla Reams

Kyla Reams

Cory Hall

Cory Hall

Black Cherry Room is a Children’s House classroom on the Toledo Campus. Cory Hall and Kyla Reams are the classroom’s co-teachers.

 

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Black Cherry Students have been adding new bones to their vocabulary each day during circle time. Today students had the chance to “Name That Bone” during our circle time gathering. Thank you to our 6 year old student volunteer, students were able to place the name of the bone to an “actual” human body. IMG_3894

Black Cherry students participated in a “hands” on experiment, answering the question “why do we have so many bones in our hands”? The students tried out what it would be like to have only one bone per finger. We taped large “popsicle like” sticks to each finger. Then we had the students try to pick up objects on the table. The students agreed, that it’s MUCH easier having several small bones instead of one finger bone. IMG_3934

Black Cherry Students learn how to make bread sticks from scratch. Each student carefully measured, mixed and shaped their own “bone” shaped bread stick. The lesson was educational and YUMMY all rolled into one.

Break stick shaped as bones, baking in the toaster oven.

Break stick shaped as bones, baking in the toaster oven.

Kyla and Black Cherry Students making bread sticks.

Kyla and Black Cherry Students making bread sticks.

 

5 year old student is piecing together bones on his paper skeleton.

5 year old student is piecing together bones on his paper skeleton.

Black Cherry Students learned the names of 22 human bones this week. To help aid in the discovery of the human bones, we traced the perimeter of each student onto black paper. Next, each student received a set of bones to be pieced together and pasted on their paper skeleton bodies.

5 year old student piecing together his skeleton bones.

5 year old student piecing together his skeleton bones.