So we just celebrated the Easter holiday, which means different things to different people. For some it is a religious holiday, for others it is a time to gather and enjoy family. In our home it is a weekend filled with egg hunts and Easter bunnies.
First we color hard boiled eggs. These eggs were dyed using uncooked rice and food coloring. Then gently shake them in a jar with a lid. They turn out with a slightly speckled look to them.
This is one type of Easter bunny. We went to a local egg hunt and saw him. All the children line up according to their age, and when the announcer says go, they run and find the candy filled plastic Easter eggs.
So what do you do with all the hard boiled eggs. In our home it is a tradition to make deviled eggs. They don’t last very long. They are so yummy!
This is a typical Easter basket left for a child on Easter. A few toys and lots of chocolate.
What does Easter look like in your home? Or do you have another favorite tradition?
Today the students discovered they could create their own music with google song maker. We had all sorts of beats being shared, many at one time. The students were engaged and helping each other. Check out:
Jessica’s music http://jessicaq23.edublogs.org/2019/04/18/i-love-music/
or Ian’s Music http://ianbfb23.edublogs.org/2019/04/18/my-beat-3/
also Branden’s http://brandenm23.edublogs.org/2019/04/18/music/
We hope you enjoy!
We began our blogging journey last week. We spent an entire class period exploring and creating avatars. There was a ton of laughter, conversation, and frustration. We learned a lot and today we are writing our about me pages. and avatar description posts.
What is your favorite animal? Please leave a comment below.
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I am excited to begin our blogging journey together. Here we will explore the world of blogging and share our thoughts and ideas.
Please leave a comment below on how you think life experiences shape our values.
I look forward to reading your thoughts as we explore this topic through or class readings.