The students write in their new "observation journals"--Fish draws three pictures of a woodpecker we sat and quietly watched along our hike, and Cloud draws the ice along the paths.
We stop to watch the skiers race through the forest, listening for the sounds of skis coming (and wrestling in between).
Lizard leads the group on a steep hike through Theodore Wirth. The fresh snow reveals many new animal footprints, and Mulberry points out how many dogs walk through our woods.
In the Burrow, Fish shows persistence in figuring out how to balance sticks against each other to help Juniper build a freezer for their baked goods.