We were also able to open a real "geod," a seemingly plain rock until you break it open and find crystals inside. My son and I used to collect these from around Colorado and had this extra one. When I broke it open with a hammer and flathead screwdriver, Colin called me an "expert"!
Hazel and Noe wait with tickets for the "museum go-ers."
And thank you for coming!
Molly did a super job of sequencing copied pages of the story . . .
Some milk . . .
Other than the eating - yum!
We did some heart pasting.
And began making a post office! Colin made this sign by sounding out the consonants he heard all by himself - good job! When children are just beginning to write and use sounds, it is OK for them to be "wrong," especially since our English language spelling rules can be challenging. Colin very logically heard the "s" sound in place of the "c" for "office."
Writing letters to send . . .
Sinh figured out how to fold the paper to fit it into the envelopes.