Dr. Seuss Day! Celebrated on Dr. Seuss' birthday. Which means we all get to wear pajamas to class learn fun facts about this amazing children's book author and listen to stories!
|My little whos|
|all the elementary school listening to stories|
|Micah showing off some awesome slippers|
On March 14 my 6th graders celebrated Pi day! We measured all kinds of circular treats to find pi for each one. Then we ate... and ate.... and ate. I am pretty sure no one ate lunch that day.
|Raspberry, chocolate pie... the prize for the 4 students who memorized the most digits of pi|
|At my house receiving their reward... the winner at 154 digits!|
|Making a color coded paper chair for the digits of pi.|
Enjoying middle eastern tales of virtue and humor. They did an awesome joy!
|My 35 6th graders. I love them!|
|Sarah likes eating icing more than putting it on cupcakes|
|Feasting at our Narnia party after finishing the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe|
|There's no wrong way to eat pigs in a blanket|
And our 6th graders sure do have talent!
|Korean pop song|
Hike to the big fig tree.
A little ways down the mountain from Kijabe there is this giant fig tree with roots that extend for meters and meters over the rocks and descend down the cliff. Yes, we too our students to the edge of a cliff. No one was lost, and despite the complaints on the way back (it was all up hill) fun was had by all as we enjoyed the beauty of the Great Rift Valley.