A Day of Bell Meditation, Painting, Sensory Play and Tree Climbing

Reno Arts Development Laboratories

Listening closely to notice when we can no longer hear the bell ringing. This is how we start each morning together. Listening closely to notice when we can no longer hear the bell ringing. We begin each day with this ritual.

IMG_3265 Painting is a great way to build fine motor control and practice making creative choices. As I paint, I talk with my teacher and my friends about what I am making.

IMG_3251 While at the sensory table, I practice scooping and pouring, which helps me build independence. When I show my friend my technique of scraping off the extra masa flour, I imitate adult roles and build communication skills.

Climbing trees at the end of the day gives me a chance to build gross motor control and confidence. Climbing trees at the end of the day gives me a chance to build gross motor control and confidence.

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