Our day took us to our last and final group field trip at Rainforest Cafe in Downtown Disney. It was a bittersweet experience. Many memories we have cherished there throughout the years, but off to bigger and better experiences! We learned about:
TOM SAWYER'S ISLAND:
As we finished up lunch, and said our goodbye's, we walked on over to Disneyland's entrance and picked the shortest line; excited to be able to meet some friends at Tom Sawyer's Island. We explored dark caves and wobbly bridges. We sang songs with Pirate's and locked arms with friends. We learned about:
Tall Ships *note: older students, have not verified in its entirety
Caves (how caves are formed)
Buoyancy (older students can learn about Physics/Archimedes)
SOMETHING NEW: HARBOUR GALLEY:
With every trip to Disney, we like to do something new; whether it be a new experience, delicious morsel, or exploring opportunities. Our 'new' took us to Harbour Galley to try out the Lobster Roll so many rave about. And the results are in (drum roll)....it's certainly something to devour again! It was filling and refreshing. Some might want to add a bit-o-salt, but nevertheless it is a tasty morsel to try again. It is a little pricey at $14.99, but it includes house-made sweet potato chips.
SEEK & FIND: FAN OF THE WEEK: AFRICAN TULIP TREE:
Go on an adventure and seek and find the African Tulip Tree! Take a photo and tag us on Instagram @myinspirationeducation to be our fan for the week. ***clue: head toward 'adventure'.
Pirates might sing of bottles of beer, but I will sing of bottles of cheer! Life is what you make it. I was very sick, and could barely think. I laugh at how many times I forgot where we were going! And yes....I was loosing my marbles. It's possible to have a great time visiting Disneyland without riding an attraction. Sometimes we can smell the roses (or the african tulips) when we slow down and explore the world around us!
HOMESCHOOLING AT DISNEYLAND: EPISODE 2