Johnny Appleseed History Lesson

Johnny Appleseed - about 2 hours each student had the opportunity to add cinnamon to the pot They let crock-pop cook till the end of the school day

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Johnny Appleseed History Lesson On one of the days I was at school observing my kindergarten class, it was Johnny Appleseed’s birthday on that Saturday. It was mandatory for the kids to learn about him and what he did. For one of the activities that we had to do was bring in apples and make homemade applesauce. It was very entertaining. The children loved every aspect of the creation that we made. The children each pealed an apple and an adult helped the children cut the apples into slices. After everyone pealed and cut an apple they put all the slices into a crock-pot to heat in which the apples would get soft and turn into liquid. After
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Unformatted text preview: about 2 hours each student had the opportunity to add cinnamon to the pot. They let crock-pop cook till the end of the school day and then continued the next day till the about 2:30. The children have 5 th grade buddies and that would be the time when the kids could eat it. When 2:30 came around the applesauce was ready and they were able to eat it. Some kids enjoyed eating it, some didn’t like it and some wanted more after there first helping. It was a fun experience to see how you can turn a history lesson into something fun and yummy....
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2011 for the course EDUC 215 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Northern Virginia Community College.

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