KW Prepares for the Thanksgiving Feast
This afternoon, children helped begin preparations for the Thanksgiving Feast. It's hard to believe that we're only one week away! Kids' Workshop has traditionally been asked to fold napkins for the feast. Today, Cassius, Jay, Max and Vivienne folded (we estimated) around 100 napkins. They proudly delivered their folded napkins to Marley at the end of the day.
Other friends worked on drawings of the ingredients that we'll be chopping and cooking for the soup in the upcoming days in our classrooms. We're hoping to compile the various drawings into a semblance of a recipe for KW's contribution to the centerpieces.
Knowing how much Max enjoys making books and the research we've done around Grace's wish for the ducks living in the canal to have cleaner water, a story-making provocation will be on offer a couple days this week. Using various images of the ducks and ourselves from field trips, children can create fantastical or more realistic plots to fill their books. Today Max crafted a story about the ducks and a monster - a monster ate one of the ducks but the rest of the ducks were rescued and lived happily ever after!
Make sure to check out KW's "documentation in progress" across from the Tucker Room cubbies!
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