Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Wild Flower Farm Field Trip

Today the kinders, Ms Flora, Ms Julie, Ms Hanna and I went on our monthly field trip. This month went to a wild flower farm. Before leaving I checked out the website, which from the pictures, looked really beautiful. When we arrived I was pretty surprised to see how the actual location looked NOTHING like the website- haha! However, we all had a wonderful day outside in the warm weather. We ended the day with a nice picnic lunch outside.
Here are the pictures from our fun field trip day! :)

Sean was super excited!

Jamie and Daniel on the bus

Koreans have a strange obsession with visors. Where I am trying to get all the sun that I can, Koreans like to be whiter and try to avoid the sun. This is Daniel modeling Jaime's seriously cool visor! :)


Angela and Sarah

Our field trip started with a fun craft. The kids had cloth, leaves and spoons. The leaves were laid between the cloth and they basically just hit really hard with their spoons. The color and shape of the leaf were transfered from to the cloth.

Jun, Jamie and Sean

Do they ever listen this well in class? Never! Haha! They were busy learning about their craft project, plants growing and leaves.

Our bus drivers are really sweet. They are so kind to the kids and never laugh at me for my horrible attempts at speaking Korean to them. (Well, he laughed once, but said he was sorry!) Haha! They even got in on the craft fun!

Here is another bus driver helping Jenith. Our busses are more like little shuttles that hold about 8 kids, so we have multiple drivers.

Sean's finished product

Daniel, such a sweetie


Erin, Dorothy and I

Jun was a bit apprehensive about his new ltitle cactus.

And for good reason! Right as we were abotu to take our picture he moved his cactus up and it got him right in the eye. But, he was so brave and was barely phased. :)

Erin, Henry (both in our youngest kinder class) with Daniel and Sean. Sean's face in this picture is priceless.

Ms Leah and Daniel

Everyone got a plant to take home, even teachers.

Daniel. Hilarious.

Finding tadpoles to release at the nearby small stream

Lunch time

Daniel and Iris. They are twins.

Sarah covered in chocolate cookies

Hide and seek after lunch time


Andy's mother is very cautious. Bless her heart. This was Andy's first field trip and she wrote her phone number on his upper arm in case he got lost. :)

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