Each of the small groups was given $5 to spend. The children had to work together to decide what they wanted to spend their money on. One group in particular decided that they would split the money and each buy flavored honey sticks to enjoy when they got back to school.
For lunch, we had a nice picnic under one of the pavilions. It was a great time to reflect on what we saw at market.
|Vendor telling children about his jewelry.|
|"This candle smells like sugar." -Victoria|
|"Braeden will you swing with me?" -Liam|
|"I'm bouncing, I'm bouncing, I'm bouncing!" -Macrae|
Michigan State Early Childhood Standards Of Quality
Children explore with increasing understanding the physical characteristics and relationships of objects and happenings in their environment [HSCOF-ID 7.3.3]
Example- Children's interests in the physical world and living things are extended by using information books, field trips, visitors, and other ways of opening up the classroom to the larger world.
Musselman HDF 409