Kids' Workshop had a fabulous first day back after Spring Break! Thinking back to one of our most recent trips to the canal, some children commented on the patterns and colors of the ducks, and how their feathers differed from male to female. Remembering these reflections, today we ventured down to the waterfront in search of authentic duck feathers to bring back to the classroom. We brought along some snacks for the ducks as well. As it turns out, we could more seagull feathers than duck feathers, but we're still eager to "disguise" these feathers under the digital microscope, and also observe them further using materials and other tools, too! Children also noticed some "signs of spring" along the way. It may not feel like it yet, but at least visually we can point out a hopeful sign or two! And as we've learned, sometimes the journey is more important than the destination. Various points like the columns, ramps, stairs and (smaller) ledges were exciting features that we had to entertain along our journey today. Enjoy the slideshow and welcome back!
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