Over at Hayesville Elementary School the 4th grade recently completed a unit on prehistoric life. I think Miss Anna's report is charming. She thinks her picture is not good enough to share. Where do you stand?
Anna would say that is karma for posting it in the first place.
"A Day in The Life of a Nomad"
by Anna Hamel, age 9
First I would wake up, then I ate some berries and nuts. Next I went into the woods and got some birch wood.
Then I saw a Mastodon and I called everybody and we raced to get it and then I shot it with my bow and it wasn't even close to being injured.
Then the Mastodons ran away and we had to move so we packed up and moved. Then when we move it was like heaven how much animals there was so then we settled in and we could not wait to eat dinner and so then my dad and my brothers killed a giant deer.
After they brought it back we skinned it we ate it and then my mom made our bed and then we went to bed.
I think a Mastodon would taste like chicken, really good!
Yesterday I got a little creative with my cookie making. I wanted to do something a little different with our Citrus Sugar Cookies.
I added some Clementine Zest, I don't have a zester, so I used a cheese grater. I had some walnuts on hand, which I never do, and so I got out my Pampered Chef rotary grater and ground up walnuts. I rolled the cookie dough in the walnuts instead of the sugar packet included in the box.
Next up I think I am going to try to take our Classy Chocolate Pound Cake and make it into something with more chocolate and chopped up candy canes. *Sigh* holiday dessert making, it's a tough job but someone has to do it.