We rolled the lemons around on the floor to get them ready for juicing.
We also counted and sorted the lemons, noticing that they did vary in size. Below, the MWF class estimated how many lemons it would take us to make a pitcher of lemonade.
Let the squeezing begin! We realized that it helped if we stand up to push down on the lemon, using all of our arm muscles, and sometimes a block or our feet!
Hmmmm - this is how much juice we get from ONE lemon! Good estimating, Jack!
And, tasting, to see what we need to add to make it taste good . . .Varying reactions to the sourness and Mr. Lucas drank his whole cup of raw lemon juice!
Kelly showed us how to use the spades to dig up weeds.
we found a carrot!
Jalen was very good at using his very own shovel!
Kelly, Little Raven owner, found us a worm and told the children how important they are for the soil.
A windy day on the playground had the T/Th group hiding in the box - Lucas loves it!
An astronaut dad! Great vocation, Jackson!
The kids took turns standing in line, filling up water jars to fill the big tub.
Put out that fire, Hazel!
Mr. Jack impressed us by ordering symbolic numbers 1-10.
"What to you want for lunch, Lucas?"