Forest Monday, April 27, 2015

B.C.’s dad, Miss Wetzel, Mr. Sadowski, Mrs. McPherson, and Ms. Tracee were here with us today.

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In the morning we were talking about snack and voted on either having a new snack or an old snack. We voted on a new snack for today. We like to try new things. We were also looking at and choosing one object out of a box full of things that had to do with the earth. In our circle we talked about why we chose our objects. When we went outside we cleaned up trash because Earth Day was last week.

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In sit spots, L.A. was trying to make his sit spot into a house by making a door with sticks and raking the leaves. J.W. was moving a broken stick into a pile in his sit spot. In our sit spots we feel good.

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This is a picture of us during play time, making a fort by adding sticks and logs. We were trying to build it back up because it was falling apart. We were trying to build an Avengers Tower.

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To make the pea soup for snack, first we cut up the bacon and fried it. Then we put in water and dry soup mix to cook together. When we were eating/drinking the soup, a lot of us liked it. Some of us even wanted seconds. The soup was pretty good.

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At stations, Miss Wetzel taught us a song to sing. The song was about things that are alive. We studied different types of worms today: ones that were alive and ones that aren’t. We used clipboards to write down things about gummy worms which are not alive. We drew a picture, measured how long it was, and felt the worm. We will be looking for worms that are alive so that we can compare them to the ones that are not alive. We will finish our study later this week. After we were all done with our gummy worm project, we got to eat them.

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In another station we were shooting an arrow. Some people could shoot it far! We were also building our log cabin and putting more logs around our outdoor bathroom so that it will be more private. When we were hammering more logs onto the log cabin, it was hard to get the nails into the wood.

It was 50 degrees out. We had a wonderful day.

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