Teresa went on her 5th grade field trip to Riley's farm yesterday. They left at 6am and she returned after 6pm. They gave the kids an idea of what it was like during the American Revolution. With work stations, money, clothing, food and a re-enactment.
This is a little skit they did
They made articles using a printing press
This guy was training them to be militia
This is the group, there were a few different schools there
Teresa enjoyed it, despite the fact that she got sick. Poor kid started feeling bad and had to go lay down in one of the mom's cars. They ended up letting her ride with them, which was good because they had to stop twice for her to puke. I told her it's a field trip she won't easily forget.
Last friday was Super Hero day at Teresa's school. She wasn't going to dress up because we didn't have anything super hero for her. But I thought maybe we could come up with something. She chose a purpose for her hero and we created a logo we pinned to her shirt and cape - which was just some random fabric I had. Nathan didn't want to be left out so he is wearing Teresa's little read riding hood cape with the hood tucked in. He wanted a black heart on his back, so here they are, my little super heroes
Teresa was Enviro Girl
Teresa was calling Nathan her faithful side-kick, Inkheart (she just finished reading Inkspell, the sequel to Inkheart