|walking to the forest under a beautiful blue sky|
I heard a bird cheep. - Ernest Ermine
I noticed some grass popping up a little and snow melting. - Caring Catamount
On the way to the forest I saw some grass. - Brave Barred Owl
I noticed that there wasn't the same snow and it was melting. There wasn't that much snow.
- Bold Blue Jay
At my sit spot I saw some birds flying on trees. - Courageous Crow
When I was walking to Forest Day I saw a bird, a pack of birds, flying back this way, and I noticed that the sun was out. - Motivated Marten
At sit spots I looked up and I noticed that the sky was blue. - Daring Deer
At sit spots I heard three birds going tweet, tweet. - Reliable Rabbit
I noticed the snow was melting and I can see more stuff and find stuff we lost.
- Perceptive Peregrine Falcon
It feels warmer than last time. - Observant Osprey
|the friendly gatekeeper into the forest classroom|
|hmmm, something interesting at Brave Barred Owl's sit spot|
The temperature at 9:40 is 34º F.
The weather is sunny, no wind, and blue sky.
Temperature guesses included: colder, 24, 26, 34, and 44º F.
|boiling our sap over the fire|
|enjoying birthday cake we made|
|wondering how this fell down|
|working on a tree|
|"Look what we found in the tree!"|
|playing imaginative games together|
Today we searched for signs of spring, collected sap from our sap bucket, boiled it over our fire, and enjoyed a cake we made for Wise Wood Turtle's birthday. We heard a Dr. Seuss book, Happy Birthday to You! We read from our new book Naturally Curious Day by Day. We began asking "I wonder..." questions about forest day and thinking about how we can find out more when we wonder something. We ended the day with journaling about what we did.
|a journal drawing of girls climbing a tree by Cheerful Chickadee|
|journal page about checking the sap bucket by Bold Blue Jay|