At the Montessori school where I teach we created an on campus “field trip” for the children.
Hundreds of pumpkins were put out by the admin. Team and each class or cohort (COVID) came out individually. Each child got to pick a pumpkin and have an apple and a cup of apple cider.
It was so much fun!
There are already ideas in the works for how we can have another on campus “field trip” in the winter.
Snowmen and hot chocolate perhaps?
It isn’t always how far you go to enjoy the outside natural world.
Sometimes you just have to step out of your own back door and notice the beauty that surrounds you.
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When I saw the photo, I thought the pumpkins had fallen down from the pumpkin-tree :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I miss working with little ones. They are so inquisitive and fun to watch, and sometimes can learn a lot from them. Happy Tuesday.ReplyDelete
What fun for the kids!ReplyDelete
that must have been fun!ReplyDelete
This was such a great idea, I bet this kids just loved it!ReplyDelete
That's a sweet idea! I bet the children had a blast!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/10/at-aquarium.html
i do love pumpkins, although I can't find any blue ones this year!ReplyDelete
What a fun idea!ReplyDelete
Looks like a great idea!ReplyDelete
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What a fun and marvelous idea!ReplyDelete
I bet the kids loved it!
it's always good to get outside especially in the fallReplyDelete
Snowmen and hot chocolate sounds good, too!
Have a blessed day!
Great explanation of the confusing photo! That's an interesting thing for the kids to do, and quite creative. Your next one sounds fun, too.ReplyDelete
Many thanks for your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week !!
I do miss teaching...ReplyDelete
What a sight, all the little pumpkins nestled in the grass. Sounds like it was a lot of fun for both children and teachers.ReplyDelete