Gr 8 Projects
Gr 8 Projects ||| The 8th grade projects have traditionally been a culmination of the students' work and the development of their skills over the 8 years of elementary school. This year, the students were encouraged to think of their projects as less of a cap...
Finding the Crescent Moon
Ramadan in our Kindergartens ||| Ramadan is an Islamic holiday that is a "month of blessing" marked by prayer, fasting, and charity with a focus on self-sacrifice and devotion. Ramadan moves through the year following the lunar calendar so we have been...
March brings Women’s History to Grade 8
||| Women's history is important year-round, but the month of March gives us an opportunity to highlight this theme. In our Eighth Grade, students read an excerpt from Mary Wollstonecraft's famous work published in 1792, A Vindication of the Rights of Women. In the...
Celebrating Black History Month cont…
Celebrating Black American Culture ||| Songs and Singing Games Ms. McCune brought a series of songs and singing games that are rooted in African-American culture to the lower graders. Each class learned a different song/singing game. She introduced the Third Grade to...
Celebrating Black History
Celebrating Black History and Manuel Had a Riddle ||| Black history is part of human history and is important all year long, as are all cultural lineages in this global education. But this time of year does offer an extra opportunity for teachers to explore the...
Ohlone Sisters Visit BRWS
Ohlone Sisters visit Berkeley Rose ||| On Wednesday January 25 we were blessed to have a visit from the Ohlone Sisters—Carla Marie and Desiree Munoz. Carla Marie and Desiree are Rumsen Ohlone culture bearers. They did three presentations over the course of the...
Honoring Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. this week
Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. this week ||| Each class took the opportunity to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. in their own way over the past week. Here you will see a few glimpses: Lower Graders singing songs from the Civil Rights struggle and engaging in...
3rd Grade New Year Celebration
3rd Grade New Year's Celebration ||| New Year’s Day (January 1) is a major celebration in Japan. Throughout the country, people make and eat mochi (rounded cakes made from pounded rice) on New Year’s Day, symbolizing health and longevity for the coming year. Ms. Sakai...
Waldorf Field Trips – The Inside Scoop
Waldorf Field Trips - The Inside Scoop||| What our teachers have to say:Field trips at Berkeley Rose allow students to explore aspects of the curriculum they are studying by immersing themselves in that world for a single day, a few days, or even a week. Children...
The Importance of Children in Nature
The Importance of Children in Nature by Teacher Mafé Pulido-Duarte Ellingboe||| In Waldorf education we prioritize giving children access to nature. Through our hike days, daily walks, outdoor play and the natural materials both inside and outside the classroom,...
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