Posts Tagged ‘maternelle’
Lunar New Year Parade!
Prior to the Presidents’ Day Recess, students in maternelle and elementary enjoyed a parade in honor of the Lunar New Year. Students safely lined the halls and watched as the dragon made its way throughout FASP. The dragon, made from various items found at craft stores, was created by FASP STEM Teacher Ms. Jill. Students…Read More
Galette des Rois!
Today, students throughout all grade levels celebrated Galette des Rois! After lunch, each class crowned their own king or queen after the “fève” was found in one of the pieces of Kings’ Cake. Take a look at the royal celebration! A huge thanks goes to the Parents’ Association for purchasing the galettes!Read More
Galettes at Home!
Kings and queens are among us! During an at-home Zoom class, students in kindergarten put their culinary skills to the test and prepared a traditional galette! While using ingredients such as almond flour, sugar and butter, students baked a sweet treat fit for royalty.Read More
Snowflakes in Kindergarten
Using oil pastels, students created snowflakes in kindergarten. But, these are secret snowflakes! After creating the snowflakes, students then used ink to paint over the oil-based snowflakes, showing their special water-resistant style.Read More
Hat Day at FASP!
We spot helmets, baseball caps and animal ears! That’s right, November 9th at FASP was Hat Day! To kick-off the week, our community wore their finest headgear which displayed their creativity while using various designs and styles. Check out the hats we spotted throughout the day!Read More
La Semaine du Goût in Maternelle!
During the week of October 19th, students in maternelle celebrated La Semaine du Goût,” a tradition in France that celebrates food and cuisine. In our maternelle program, students prepared their food from scratch, while learning elements of math and science throughout the cooking process. Additionally, students who are exposed to cooking at an early age learn…Read More
Preschool and Pre-K Students Mimic a “Minimalist” Style!
After observing different artists such as Imi Knoebel and Daniel Buren, students in preschool and pre-k compared and replicated their famous works of art. The artwork mimics a “minimalistic” style, while also learning about color contrast and straight lines.Read More
FASP Ice Cream Day!
Get the scoop on FASP’s Ice Cream Day! On October 9th, students, faculty and staff received a sweet treat. A local vendor, Peaches & Ice Cream, visited FASP with an assortment of ice cream flavors during the event leading into the first break of the academic year. A huge thank you goes to the FASP…Read More
We Spot Little Bugs in Maternelle!
We see little bugs in maternelle! Maternelle students learned all about insects during “bug week” in late September. Throughout the week, students drew pictures, made bug hats and even heard the story “The Ugly Bug.”Read More
Learning the Calendar in Kindergarten!
Kindergarten students are learning about the calendar! Each day, students count the month’s days, while learning the sequence of numbers and weeks. When a day has started, students then color in the day on the calendar!Read More