Week 5: Time Management and Heroes vs. Victims
Week 6

Week 4

This week has been filled with adventure and exciting challenges for our Eagles.
 
We began the process of building the tree house with a successful trip to Lowes for the materials. The Eagles had a list and found all the lumber and materials themselves and loaded it into the carts. Some members of the AANH community joined us to help build on Friday. A big thank you to those of you who were able to take time off of work to help out with the project. We are looking forward to finishing the tree house sometime next week.
 
As we progress in the tree house project we will be working on it Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, each day from 12-2pm. 
 
During music this week we learned a song called hot dog buns. Some Eagles chose to bring their sheet music home with them so you may have already seen it. Music was quite fun this week practicing scales on the piano, playing drums and everyone having a turn with a violin! During art we finished painting our clay sculptures that we worked on last week and they will be heading home shortly with the Eagles.
 
The hike on Thursday was a good one. We spent the day exploring the area around Locke's Hill. We found only one salamander this week! Though we did discover a GeoCache thanks to one of our Eagles. We also found a couple animal bones on the trail which were intriguing to look at. We explored the former quarry pit that was used to build Kimball Castle in Gilford. The Eagles enjoyed throwing rocks in the quarry pool and exploring around on the stone steps.
 
We introduced Rules of Engagement this week, which are the rules of circle time and discussions. So far the Eagles have come up with 4 important behavior expectations during circle. We also have continued adding elements to our draft of the Studio Contract. We worked more on SMART goals, setting our first goals a few days this week during Core Skills. Next week we will be introducing Badges!
 
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