Meet teachers, parents and students. Enjoy fun and games. Learn more about our school and summer camp. Sunday March 4th, 1-3pm
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Tuesday, September 5 is the beginning of our 2017-18 school year. See you there!
Come join the students, teachers and parents of The Children’s House at our annual ice cream social. Sunday, August 27, 1pm-3pm All are welcome!
Enjoy fun and games. Meet the parents and teachers. When: Sunday, March 5 1:00-3:00pm Where: 2404 West 62nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46268
Semester two is underway, and with it several new projects for our students. In art, they have been working on the Tiny Drum Project, as well as designing and building other instruments. In science, students have built a Stonehenge in miniature, and await a sixty degree day so they can take it outside and observe … Continued
We’re back from break, and the students are intrepidly enjoying the snow even amidst frigid temperatures. First semester draws to a close this week, with parent-teacher conferences this Friday. In art class, students have been re-purposing and transforming a variety of found objects into marvelous new creations. In science, students have used wood blocks of … Continued
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The first nine weeks of school each fall is spent working on an immersion topic. In the past we have covered topics such as transportation, time lines, architecture, climate change, and world cultures. This year our immersion is titled simply “Shop & Home Ec”! We feel like it is a perfect tie-in to the classic … Continued
Visiting the Central Library to find some maps! This map reconstructed the Historic Indianapolis of 1821. Another field trip took us to the Indiana State Museum to check out their amazing globe that showed us maps of Saturn and the earth’s tectonic plates! We had to visit with this woolly guy before leaving. And who … Continued