Yay for time and energy and photos to post to my favorite Friday party. :)
We split up the K-1 students into 4, 4-H groups. Today we rotated groups in order to complete the Power Panther Pals curriculum. Mrs. Jones taught the "Play Hard" part. I taught the "Eat Smart" part. One other teacher made the snack with the kids, and the last teacher taught 4-H pig curriculum.
We celebrated a birthday, and I love this letter.
Mrs. Roux tried to teach me the difference between straw and hay. (I really know, but played along with her.)
Jenny (in the foreground) is back. She spent December and January back at her first home (she had a gig in a Living Nativity).
And we were gifted another calf (background) today. She is pretty, not quite as tame, and will get named soon.
And the most meaningful photo. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Roux in the barn. Taking care of business. I stayed outside. There was a dead mouse in there and Mrs. Jones tried to keep the information from me, so that I would not be freaked out and still go in the barn, but I heard her whisper the news to another.
So, since there was a critter, I would not go in. Not sure they noticed me.
Now I'm creeped out again about going in the barn.
I have a strict "don't ask, don't tell" policy about mice in the barn. But someone told. Aaaaaccckkkk.
Once, when Mrs. Roux was in the barn, standing, talking, watching kids work--a mouse fell from the rafters. RIGHT IN FRONT OF HER.
Now you understand. I am not going in. EVER AGAIN.
I have chores in March and need a really good friend to do them for me. Any takers?
Thanks Kacey @ Doodle Bugs Teaching for the party. I love it every week. Hop on over and find out what other friends of mine did today...