Sycamore

Melissa Snyder

Sycamore Room is a Children’s House classroom on the Toledo Campus. Melissa Snyder is the classroom teacher.

 

2015-16 Toledo Children’s House
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We cordially invite you to attend Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day!

This is a wonderful opportunity to spend time with the children in their classrooms. The students are always so happy and proud to share their space with loved ones. We hope that you can join us!

Q: What day should my child’s grandparent/special friend come visit?

A: We are lucky to have so many grandparents/special friends in our community! To accommodate all our visitors, we host 2 days for visits. Look for your child’s program in the list below to determine what day their guests should arrive.

Friday, May 6 -Toledo Campus
– Little House students enrolled in W-F classes
– Little House students enrolled in M-F classes
– All Children’s House students
– All students in levels 1-8 Friday,

Friday, May 6 – Perrysburg Campus
– Little House students enrolled in W-F classes

Monday, May 9 – Toledo Campus
– Little House students enrolled in M-T classes

Monday, May 9 – Perrysburg Campus
– Little House students M/T classes
– Little House students M-F classes
– All Children’s House students

Please feel free to call the offices with questions:
Toledo – 419-866-1931
Perrysburg – 419-874-9385

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Please join us to celebrate World Language during the week of May 9-13!  It’s a week-long open house in our World Language classes, where family and friends are invited to attend classes and presentations at all levels. Come and see what we’re doing and learning!

World Language Week 2016 day-by-day schedule

This week the Sycamore Room learned all about the major organs in our bodies.  We talked about the brain, heart, lungs, esophagus and stomach, liver, intestines, and kidneys.  The children were fascinated with each organ’s job.

This kindergartner chose to do the body apron.  This apron has removable organs.

This kindergartner chose to do the body apron. This apron has removable organs.

This four year old is working with a magnetic body that shows organs, bones, and muscles.

This four year old is working with a magnetic body that shows organs, bones, and muscles.

To go along with the winter weather and our study of Antarctica, the Sycamore children have been rescuing penguins, seals, and a shark out of dangerous ice.

This five year old is in the middle of a dangerous rescue mission. She is carefully chipping penguins out of ice.

This five year old is in the middle of a dangerous rescue mission. She is carefully chipping penguins out of ice.

We’ve been learning about how to keep our bodies healthy by eating foods that are good for us.  We talked about the different food groups and what type of food belongs in each group.

This four year old is sorting foods while looking at different food group books.

This four year old is sorting foods while looking at different food group books.