Today we went on our field trip to the Children's Museum of the Arts where we visited the Weather or Not, That is the Question exhibit.
- We saw a big colorful net that had been exposed to the weather elements. We also saw a piece of art with many different types of lines and materials. The third piece of art we saw looked like a big storm cloud. Then, students made their own storm clouds in the studio!
Here's what the students said about the clouds they made:
- Dylan: My cloud goes down on the surface to get water, and then it goes down to blast electricity.
- Adlai: My cloud is an ice cream cloud. It shoots out ice cream, instead of lightning bolts. It sprays sprinkles for good luck.
- Charley: Our clouds make music and they are attached.
- David John: The details are strong and together and make music. The music goes through the pipes.
- Zachary: This is snow and this is ice and this is rain. Here is thunder and more thunder and ice.
- Della: This part of my cloud makes noise and this is where the snow enters.
- Colin: This is the clouds and these are the buildings and these are more clouds.
Mail and Mailboxes
- Colin: Today Colin received a valentine's card from his friend Penny in Washington D.C.
- David John received a valentine from his mom and dad.