Today we finished Missing May by Cynthia Rylant and read When Cows Come Home by David L. Harrison.
Snack was cheese curds.
Originally posted November 29, 2020.
Wisconsin (Written by Annabelle Littlejohn Americorp)
Book list: EPIC Wisconsin
Since dairy products are so important to Wisconsin here are some learning activities. https://www.girlsgogames.com/games/ice-cream-games
Did you know you could make ice cream at home? Here a simple easy recipe to try at home. you can make ice cream Sundays together with the whole family.
The ingredients are:
1 cup of half-and-half
Toppings of your choice
- In a small resealable plastic bag, combine half-and-half, sugar, and vanilla. Push out excess air and seal.
- Into a large resealable plastic bag, combine ice and salt. Place small bag inside the bigger bag and shake vigorously, 7 to 10 minutes, until ice cream has hardened.
- Remove from bag and enjoy with your favorite ice cream toppings.
Take picture of how your iced cream turned out with your family. If you didn’t make the ice cream you can draw your ice cream and pick out you flavor and toppings.
What would you want you flavor of ice cream to be? What toppings would you put on it?
The very first ice cream Sunday was served in 1881. Wisconsin is the number one producers of cheese in America. 90 percent of milk that comes from cows in Wisconsin goes to making cheese.
This book was recommended by a patron of the library that used to live in Wisconsin. Ms. Sherry calls him Wisconsin. He read this book as a child and he loves it.
Rascal by sterling north
Middle School Book Club read The Westing Game. This book is a must read for any middle schooler.