Day 8: But Wait, There's More
Tonight students made Keshigomuhanko, which is a really big word to say rubber stamp that they carved themselves out of rubber erasers. The talent within this group is truly amazing.
7/3/2017 07:37:28 am
You're definitely keeping them busy! Loving all the photos. Thank you.
7/3/2017 01:33:39 pm
Wonderful photos! It's so exciting to check them out every day. But - my daughter is nowhere to be seen! Not even in the backgrounds! Maybe she is the photographer?......
7/3/2017 06:35:03 pm
Yes, your daughter is one who tends to hide from the camera, but I have personally seen to it that she appears in two of today's photos. You will find her in the large group photo when we made fans. She's in the back, right in the middle, covering most of her face with her fan : )
7/3/2017 01:47:00 pm
Good lookin y'all! I did this in eighth grade. It was supposed to be a tree but looked more like a bush. Today I ate outsider food (Chick Fil A)!
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