Wow, can you believe it's already October?! How time does fly! These past few days have been filled with fun activities. We are so fortunate to be able to provide our students with a variety of activities that allow us to better connect as a community! Last week we enjoyed jamming out to Disney music while painting and drinking punch. :) I think that simple tasks like this provide SO much room for community and creativity; and I loved watching each student express themselves in a new way.
Seeing as the garden surrounding our portable is the home to many little birds, we thought we'd try out a new activity, and make apple bird feeders! I was pleasantly surprised to see how much interest the kids took in caring for the world around them, by feeding our feathered friends! While this project was a little tedious, the kids expressed much patience when it came to waiting for the seed mixture to set and cool. This activity showed the kids just one way that they can help nurture the environment and it's habitants. You'll be able to spot our little bird feeders hung in various locations around the Shark Club portable!
Site Coordinator Wendy Tran
Assistant Site Coordinators Beth Bauer Melissa Alma
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