A White Forest

The snow fell over us one more time; maybe the last one of the season. It came overnight and we woke up to an untouched white forest. We noticed lines and shapes that weren't there before, we acknowledged the beauty within. When the children at the preschool can notice the minimal changes in the forest, and how the elements shape it, it tells me that they are connected to the land and nature. They can call this piece of land home because it has nurtured them for the last months; it has taught them about timing, independence and endurance.

Our pack of "Nature Artists" collaborated to paint our climbing tree. They discovered new colors as they mixed colors together. Their favorite new color was "golden."

One of the favorite pretend plays from the wolves has been the "Predators and Prey" figures. This time they took them to Theodore Wirth Park and they decided that animals should all be friends.

We all got to celebrate our No Birthday. We all sang, blew candles and delicious cake. 

The wolves explored more of their artistic side as they rolled gigantic snowballs and built the biggest and heaviest snowman ever.