Students always enjoy guessing what’s in the bag. Each group is given a bag with a mystery item in it and have to work as a group to write a description without using the item name in it and share it with the group. The rest of the students try and guess the item. In
The children at Melaleuca Elementary continue to work. The April 3rd Read a Recipe for Literacy session included a photo opportunity. A lot of smiles, which means something.
Our Floridian garden is booming and blooming. Here are a few shots taken on a gorgeous southern Florida day. We’ve got peaches and Barbados cherries and…..you get to guess what’s on the tree.
The children are getting ready to celebrate the Spring. We’re thinking organic eggs with natural dyes made from our own herb garden. We’re also thinking of those egg shells as compost. What comes around goes around.
The students were posed several questions where they were asked their opinion. They were given an opportunity to express their thoughts and feelings and share them with the group. It was interesting to see what they would do if they were president, what they are proud of, or what they would do if they were
Read a Recipe for Literacy requires community engagement, and engagement there was. Ada Medina-Solorzano gave a wonderful presentation at the Palm Beach Library this week, demonstrating what she teaches our children. Community, communication, healthful eating practices, exercise. The talk was stimulating and informative. Chef hats off to Ada.