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Classroom Inventory in First Grade

“We have a lot of things!” We counted them as a class using Unifix cubes. This time, each child made bundles or “towers” of 10 and we combined them when finished. READ MORE »

Bridge Work (and Play)

Imagine that a child’s experience with language arts consists only of handwriting and keyboarding practice, vocabulary lessons, spelling lists, grammar rules, and phonics instruction. How boring and empty that would be! READ MORE »

Alumni Spotlight: Bill Kirber ’64

For the three year old Bill Kirber, play was simple: He was at Miquon—collecting crayfish in the creek, building dams and running in the woods. Naturally, as with any Miquon child, these things were all a part of daily life. READ MORE »