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From Tree to Table

It is apple season and our 120 year old apple tree is again providing a bounty of delicious sweet apples.  Children have been eating them from the tree in the playground, but every morning they arrive to find at least […]


Magical Juice

Apple, Cucumber and Watermelon Juice Yesterday the children found an overgrown cucumber in our Farm Tub, and picked it to eat.  Because of its size, and the many cucumbers the children had already consumed, we decided it might be tastier […]


French Toast

Cooking French Toast A perfect way to warm children up on a cold snowy day is with fresh baked french toast for morning snack.  With dozens of eggs and loaves of baguettes, we pulled out our Hawaiian patterned aprons and […]


Summer Camp at Children’s House

Ages 3-6 June 3rd through August 23 When you hear the word “summer,” what do you think of? Sunshine? Adventure? Travel? Well this summer your child will be enjoying all of the above! Throughout the summer at Children’s House Preschool, […]


The Sandbox

A great big thank you to German Gutierrez of G&G Sprinkler Systems who donated 6,000 lbs of sand to fill our sandbox to the brim.  German has had 2 children be part of our preschool, and both sons helped him with […]


Satellite Day

Satellite Day

Satellite Day Presentation As we spent the last few weeks studying space, we were thrilled to discover that 2 of our parents worked for a satellite imaging company.  Both dads work for a local company that sends up satellites to […]


The Apple Tree part 2

Our Heirloom Apple Tree After writing about our wonderful apple tree from which we made 25 gallons of apple sauce this year, a past teacher let us know about a project through Colorado University.  The Boulder Apple Tree Project were looking […]


Children’s House in the News

Farm to Early Childhood at Children’s House Inside Boulder News – Children’s House Preschool from City of Boulder on Vimeo. The best way to create healthy eating  habits in children is to start young and have them involved in every […]


The Apple Tree

In our yard lives a 120 year old apple tree. The lower branches have been worn smooth by 2 decades of children who love to try their climbing skills. One branch is at the perfect angle for children to climb […]


Striding to New Parks

This summer, we have been utilizing the Boulder Bike Paths to stride to new parks. Thanks to our Strider Bike donation from the Strider Foundation, we have been able to access new parks that are farther away from our school. […]