The students who helped out at the fruit stand :
Mr. and Mrs. Blue Bird had their babies. With waxworms supplied by Pets Mart the new parents are actively feeding their young. Born roughly May 21st, the cheeping can be heard when one places their head near the birdhouse and knocks “hello”.
The corn is growing by the hour and the rhubarb’s leaves are forming to be large, green, almost heart shape globes.
An interesting application was done by two groups of Mrs. Van Allen’s 5th grade science class. Molasses was mixed with water in a hand pump sprayer and applied to the strawberries and corn. “Slow as Molasses.” was a quote by one of the students. Well, the lesson was what is good for us can be good for the plant. Molasses is high in Iron, Nitrogen, Potassium and Sulfates. So, the strawberries had their morning syrup which made the kids hungry and ready for pancakes.
Now tell me are these young people the smartest and cutest things you have ever seen?
New photos of April 26th evening work gathering. Take a look. Many thanks to Elizabeth, Madeline, Blake, Sage, Christine, Mario, Anthony, Teresa, Meekaela, Mike and Nikayli.
As for the snake photo: that is from my yard and a friend name Dan placed her in the fig tree. She was discovered on the soil beneath the fig tree. Can we say, “California King”.? She sure is pretty maybe she should be called California Queen.
Hi,its Emily Beale.Its my first time doing a blog.We are going to make catnip play toys for cats.Ms. Colleen put me in charge of it.She told me I needed to maybe have some people over so we cold make them.I was wondering if anyone wanted to help out.Its going to be at my house, Saturday 4/20/13 from 3:00 to 5:00. If you are able to come contact me on this blog and I will give you more at school.
harvesting of beautiful borage