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Look What's Happening at Crestwood!

Posted by Crestwood on November 22, 2013

       

We're Expanding Our Science Program


Crestwood is excited to announce that we are enhancing our science and nature program by expanding our Science building.

Our Science and Nature teacher, Miss Christine is turning our Crestwood students into little scientists. Through the use of observation, exploration and hands on experience the children are exploring multiple aspects of the scientific world. 

For our Toddler children, Miss Christine is allowing them to get comfortable interacting with her friendly animals, reptiles and insects.

For our Nursery children, Miss Christine is teaching them about experiments through the use of test tubes. The children used test tubes to mix colors with water, making orange, purple, yellow and green.
 
The Pre-K children all learned about the different bones in the body working with a replica skeleton. All the children made a scientific drawing of a skeleton and then added different types of macaroni to highlight the different bones in the body! This lesson was a stepping stone into their dissection of an owl pellet.

This expansion will also benefit our summer Nature program.

 
       

We're Expanding Our Science Program


Crestwood is excited to announce that we are enhancing our science and nature program by expanding our Science building.

Our Science and Nature teacher, Miss Christine is turning our Crestwood students into little scientists. Through the use of observation, exploration and hands on experience the children are exploring multiple aspects of the scientific world. 

For our Toddler children, Miss Christine is allowing them to get comfortable interacting with her friendly animals, reptiles and insects.

For our Nursery children, Miss Christine is teaching them about experiments through the use of test tubes. The children used test tubes to mix colors with water, making orange, purple, yellow and green.
 
The Pre-K children all learned about the different bones in the body working with a replica skeleton. All the children made a scientific drawing of a skeleton and then added different types of macaroni to highlight the different bones in the body! This lesson was a stepping stone into their dissection of an owl pellet.

This expansion will also benefit our summer Nature program.