COMMUNITY CLASS NEWSLETTER – WEEK 4 2017-2018

Listen. Learn. Know. ***IN THIS NEWSLETTER*** Tending the Garden – Sign Up for Saturday’s Meeting Parent Teacher Tools – Branches Meeting is tomorrow TKG Office – Oct tuition is now due In Education News – Who is the owner of ‘rights’? ACORNS/EVERGREENS – Sign up for Monthly Meeting Hosting Social Share: #WhyWeTKG Board on Pinterest! …

SUMMER CAMPS @ TKG 2017

Join TKG’s fun and nurturing learning environment over the summer! More camps will be added soon…and check back soon for information on our new homeschool enrichment classes. TKG Camps: Summer 2017 Edit TKG SUMMER CAMP: THE MOST MAGNIFICENT THING This Kinder and pre-K camp, inspired by The Most Magnificent Thing, …

TKG LISTEN: Are We Better Off Without the Fairness Doctrine?

Beware the Too Compelling Narrative In the spirit of our appreciation for writing, this article provokes us to think about the power of writing and the proliferation of micro/hyper-individualized media. Should government or a governing body manage media bias (see Fairness Doctrine) or leave it up to consumers? What role does …

“From Under Our Big Tree” Newsletter #18: Community-Wide

Weekly Newsletter #18 – Community-Wide “Here is your country. Cherish these natural wonders, cherish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children’s children. Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skin your country of its beauty, its riches or its …

TKG KNOW: What Kids Should Know About Their Own Brains (Mind/Shift)

Here is a new Parent-Teacher resource to add to your tool box: Some elementary school students may have a limited understanding of the brain and how it functions, believing it to be something like “a container for storing memories and facts.”  Brain function and development are important values at TKG …

TKG LEARN: The Four Secrets of Playtime That Foster Creative Kids

This article was featured as a resource for our Parent Teachers.  Our intention was to help our PTs support the Four Foundational Pillars of Play and help us create opportunities for our sprouts to meet their full capacity for knowing themselves.  Read the excerpt here: When children play, design, explore, …