Korea! We had Korea’s popular banana milk and hard-boiled eggs! If you want to make this easy and delicious drink that I already know your child will like, the instructions for the Banana Milk is below the pictures. 😉
The kids and I had a lot of fun exploring Korea, its culture, food, music, and holidays! What is pop music in Korea called? K-Pop! Emerie, Marshall, and Quincie took turns reading the story Kites, that described how kites are important as well as fun to their culture. each kite design has its own powerful meaning. After reading about kites, we made our own! Even though it was not a windy day, our kites stayed in the air with a little tugging.
Banana Milk (1 Serving)
1 Ripe banana (the riper, the sweeter taste of the drink)
1 1/4 cup Milk
1/2 cup Water
1 tablespoon Maple syrup (Best flavor), or honey (Next best flavor), or sugar.
1/4 teaspoon Vanilla extract (or 1/2 tsp if you want more of a vanilla flavor)
Instructions: Put it all in the blender and blend, blend, blend until smooth. Serve immediately. Enjoy!
The students have been learning drones with Ms. Alyson, so we are starting the day by learning about how they are used in sporting events like the Olympics.
We will have a throwback to the Winter Olympics in Korea and learn a little Olympics Trivia.