Figuratively and metaphorically– should we not all to JUMP each and every day? Take risks, challenge ourselves, create new possibilities, open doors, maybe close doors if that is better for our health and mind, and move our bodies? I see our children JUMPING each day. Let’s follow their lead, shall we?
Miles JUMPS across a ditch!
Tia and other Eagles JUMP across the same ditch!
Louie, Adam and Thomas JUMP into playing in the tree fort.
The Owls JUMP into learning a new game called Firekeeper.
Ella JUMPS into being blindfolded for the game.
The Eagles JUMP into learning games with rules.
Nathan and Claire JUMP into making a bridge together and learning how to balance.
The Eagles JUMP into learning a new outdoor game called Drum Stalk.
The Owls JUMP into cooperative building!
Ty, Rylan, Nikolas and Dimitri JUMP into building a haunted castle together and have snack inside.
Nicole JUMPS into drawing a detailed depiction of the characters from the Three Billy Goats Gruff story.
Ryan and Rylan JUMP into transporting the blocks for clean up.
The Eagles JUMP into reading and learning about stories.
Rylan JUMPS into being a friend to a student teacher from UBC.
Damon and Damian JUMP into trekking through the forest with confidence.
The Owls JUMP into pretend play as they make a campfire for roasting marshmallows.
Wyatt and Ezra JUMP into an imaginary world of animals and monsters.
Hannah and Shantelle JUMP into trusting each other during a game.
The Owls JUMP (literally) onto Heidi showing signs of friendship and adoration!
The Eagles JUMP into having fun at the Wee Walk Event at Minoru.
Kate JUMPS into learning an Aboriginal dance at Wee Walk.
Valarie and Nell JUMP into pretending the blades of grass are umbrellas.
The Eagles JUMP into the challenge of balancing on one plank together.
So, what JUMPS will you take this week?
For me, I am going to JUMP into bringing in natural dyes to class to see if they spark some interest.
‘Till the next post,