Wednesday, October 04, 2017


It was rather chaotic in the wood shop today as first, second and third grade students finished their animal habitats. Some needed trees, some needed houses and grass and one needed a cave where her mother cat could care for its "cubs". There was no shortage of creativity, and no shortage of excitement.

Now the students can continue work in their classroom, despite the mess. Most of the students had used sawdust colored green and glued on the board as grass.

Today at ESSA we have Kip Power's teaching introductory wood turning in the woodshop. I also have a program meeting to plan ESSA classes for 2018.

Make, fix, create, and increase opportunities for others to learn lifewise.

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