Our adventure to the Farmer’s Market!
What a day to remember!
Come share our adventure through some photos and our reflections of what we want to remember from our trip to the farmer's market. n
S.D. We were playing in the leaves. Throwing leaves. It was kind of interesting.
P.W. We got a sample of carrots and some chocolate and we got a sample of strawberries.
R. P. When I went to the Farmer’s Market we went to the chocolate stand and we all got a bite of chocolate. I had the mint one and we all went back and got one more piece and this time I had the lemon and the lemon one was really good.
T.Y. I was at a chocolate table and I tried a chocolate I have never tasted before and it was so good.
M.W. (I want to remember) the store where we got the honey sticks. I really like honey sticks. Honey sticks are my favorite.
J.K. The apple cider. I like it, it tasted like apple juice. It was good – drinking up lots of apple cider. When the apple cider first got into my mouth it made me think of rainbow apple cider which isn’t really real, but maybe it could be. It would be like every kind of apple cider.
M.G. When I sampled the apple cider it was really good. It was delicious. You should sample it too.
Was this the golden flower our Opal 3 reading buddies told us about from when they went?
S.R. I’m remembering when I picked a squash. I liked the squash because it had some orange on the end. This one was special because it was the only one that had orange.
O.R.It was an option for us to buy a rainbow of peppers. we didn’t buy the squash, we didn’t buy the big case of chocolate, but we tried it. And we DID buy the lavender!
G.R.This is everything we ate and we bought. Chocolate, brussel sprouts, strawberries, carrots, the green stuff – I don’t know what it’s called.
M.D. This is the MAX train. I like the MAX train because I can notice a lot of things that can feel new to me. I like to look at all the people on the train and I like to wave to people on the train and the two girls I waved to waved back to me and that felt really good. What I really want you to know is I like to be on the MAX train with my whole class.
We have done lots of tasting, taste testing, smelling, touching, looking and drawing. We will continue to do more with all of our treasures – like making stone soup with all the ingredients each group contributed, seeing what is inside some of these intersting foods and making lavendar sachets.
What an incredible bounty of color, sensation, new experiences and joyfulness. Our students were so excited, but also incredibly interested, polite and brave in tasting so many new things.
Thank you to all our parents for helping us enjoy such a wonderful day!