Kinder Field Trip to Crowe’s Nest

Posted: May 10, 2010 in Being Silly with Mom and Dad, School

Tuesday, May 4, 2010. We took a field trip to Crowe’s Nest with the kinder kids at Z’s school. Hubby went with us and we rode with a bunch of friend there. Z took the school bus with his classmates to the farm. Once we got there, the kids had lunch first. During out unpacking of the lunches, we quickly realized that Z’s lunch didn’t make it into the coolers. He was the only one in all of Kinder that didn’t have his lunch with him. It was left in the classroom. We were quite upset with his teacher for not ensuring Z’s lunch was included. But despite the horrible situation, Z managed just fine. Everyone was offering him parts of their lunches. (After the trip, Z said it made him feel like people liked him.) So he got enough to eat. After lunch, the kids posed for some pictures and ran around like crazy before their tours began. They played with caterpillars and acted silly. They were so fun to watch because they had so much energy! Once the tours began, we stayed busy. We saw all kinds of snakes, turtles, spiders, etc. We saw a cow get milked. We saw a bunch of longhorns. We took a hayride then walked around to see various chickens and other bird type creatures. We saw pigs and goats. We even went to see the butterflies and the ferrie woods. Pretty cool day!

Z was so excited to get to ride the school bus!

Being silly at lunchtime

Class picture

Boys being boys

Z's teacher holding a butterfly

Z holding a caterpillar

Me and my boy!

Z and his Dad

On a hayride

Getting ready to go home

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