The day that...
we ate pineapple cake.
During play time, some of us were making cakes out of leaves and sticks and wood. Others were using their time to make forts in their sit spots. Some of us were playing Star Wars! We were pretending to be characters from that movie and Pacman.
We also made bird feeders with pine cones, peanut butter, and seeds! In the second picture, we were counting the pine cones. There were first 21 pine cones and then there were 25! They were hung up on trees. Some of us hung them near our sit spots. Jumping Mouse wonders why a bird would even eat peanut butter?
In this picture, we are eating popcorn. We made them with seeds. We cooked the seeds with fire. It was yummy and good!
Today we made a cake! The ingredients were pineapple, cake mix, oil, and eggs. We put the mix in a pan and cooked it on the fire and then put burned wood on top. We ate the cake at our tables when we were back in the classroom. It was so good and delicious! It's now left in our tummies.
This is a picture of us learning about the sun, moon, and the earth. The sun was a flashlight. Someone was holding it and pretending to be the sun, while someone else was the moon and someone else was the earth. The person who was the earth had a hat over their eyes so that they could not see. Mrs. T. lifted the hat and the earth person had to decide if it was daytime or nighttime. They would know because the sun was bright and the moon was was half, whole, or a quarter.
It was a good, nice day. At the end of the day, we wrote our hopes and dreams for the new year and then threw them into the fire. They could go out of the fire and maybe come true! It was 40 degrees. We felt medium, not too hot, not too cold.
Written by: Jumping Mouse, Beaver, and Raccoon.