Twisted Strands™: A Child’s Place School

We received a Twisted Strands™ submission last week from A Child’s Place School in Lincroft, NJ. They have a Facebook page too, so check them out and maybe give them a “like”! Visit their Facebook here!

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They sent us a letter, which described a gorgeous weaving project that their nursery class recently completed. They also included a photograph so that we could all see how amazing their project was! We are truly impressed with how stunning this collaborative initiative was! What material did you use as the weaving base?

The BEAUTIFUL weaving project that the nursery class at A Child's Place School in Lincroft, NJ created.

The BEAUTIFUL weaving project that the nursery class at A Child’s Place School in Lincroft, NJ created.

The ribbon included with the letter was wide and white and stamped with their logo. It was quite long so the kids had a good time snaking it around the tree and even THROUGH one of the “spiders” that Bookworm Preschool had sent.

A silky, wide, white ribbon from A Child's Place School in NJ.

A silky, wide, white ribbon from A Child’s Place School in NJ.

We added their pin to our world map! We’ve received quite the cluster from the NJ/NY area!

A cluster of pins from NY and NJ!

A cluster of pins from NY and NJ!

Watch your mail for a letter and a Certificate of Participation! Thank you so much for your participation!

To have your school, program or family participate in Twisted Strands, please mail your submission to:
Twisted Strands™
Salt Meadow Academy
15 Bluff Avenue
Clinton, CT 06413
USA

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