Thursday, April 25, 2019
It has been awhile since we had a KW cooking project. Earlier in the week, we gave the children a choice about what they would like to make/bake for a special treat. They overwhelmingly voted for brownies. We mixed them up, using a new tool.... an old-school egg beater. Then it was off to the oven. Although some children thought the batter looked like mud, we think everyone will be happy to try them tomorrow. Many thanks to Sam's family for providing us with gluten-and-dairy-free ingredients!
"There was too much work in our books, so some people were having problems with the spine." Tegan
This sums up one of the problems that we have encountered with our art journals this week. In order to solve the problem, we have spent time carefully removing the unused pages. Today, Lily indicated which pages could be removed from her book, and then asked Jessica to finish the process because she didn't want to watch. Once the extraction was complete, Lily was pleased with the results. Lou Lou went through her book and indicated which pages were "not important" and "important." The non-important ones were removed and Lou Lou saved them for future message work. Grace marked the pages that she wanted removed with an "X" and wrote on the pages that she wanted to keep. Now the journals will be more manageable for future experiences that we have planned.
"I made an obstacle for the bead." Tommy
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