Fabulous Highlights From Last Week's Adventures!

Last week we had two exceptionally exciting events:  Field Day and a trolley tour of Woburn sponsored by the Woburn Historical Society!

Field Day Fun

With temperatures into the 90's, the kids had a great time at each activity while drinking a lot of water:

As you can tell, this colorful balancing activity was my favorite ~ it was fun and challenging!

Battle Road

The Woburn Historical Society takes all the third graders in Woburn on a delight trolley tour of the city.  One of our stops was here:

It's amazing that an original Revolutionary War path is still preserved considering all the building and development.  What a treasure this is!
Burial Ground

Another stop on the tour was Woburn's First Burial Ground:

In addition to the new plaque, many graves were located using special "radar"-like technology. 

Picture Pie

After our Field Day activities, the kids completed this very fun activity based on the book, Picture Pie, by Ed Emberley.

You can find the templates for this very fun activity on TPT!  If you don't have the book, check out these examples on Pinterest.

Father's Day Creations

As soon as I saw this pizza craft on Sea of Knowledge's blog, I had to do it:

Each student created the most adorable and unique cards for the Dads in their lives.  Of course, I forgot to take pictures, but hopefully some kids forgot theirs at school.

Thank you so much for stopping by ~

Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there!

This is my father on the day we brought his recliner to my house while he was living here while receiving hospice care ~ it was the only time he smiled, too.

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