Month: April 2020

Distance Learning from the Farm

With all of our usual friends and visitors home-bound at the moment, we farm folk are doing our best to still spread some of ThorpeWood’s spirit. Though of course nothing compares with feeling the breeze and smelling the magnolia blossoms, we sure can try to bottle those feelings up and send them to our usual Read More »

Find Your Worry Stone

From kindergarten-bound five-year-olds to fully matured humans dealing with stressful times, everyone can benefit from having a worry stone. A worry stone is something you can slip into your pocket to relieve some anxiety and instill a sense of calm. Just rubbing your thumb along its surface is soothing. You can find beautifully smooth stones Read More »

The Adventures of Flat Fandi (Part II)

Since February, Flat Fandi has been out and about in the classrooms. From dancing with the kids to sitting down like the gentleman he is at the lunch table, Flat Fandi is learning so much in preschool! The Head Start teachers like to keep us posted on what Flat Fandi is up to with some Read More »

Head Start Pen Pals

With all of our Head Start friends stuck at home, away from school and the farm, we decided to send home some postcards! This week, the Head Start staff are making their last drop offs to each student’s home, so we snuck in a little something from the farm. Last week, we sent home our Read More »