A beautiful morning

It was a wet and windy morning.

 

It was a beautiful morning to be outside.

 

It was a beautiful morning to debut new boots.

 

It was a beautiful morning to build a sand castle.

 

The humidity was finally just right for packing buckets.

 

The sand held together better than anyone expected.

 

It was a beautiful morning for a very deep tunnel.

 

It was a beautiful morning to explore the pond.

 

The water wasn't moving as quickly as it usually does.

 

Fifth graders slopped some muck and improved the drainage.

 

The easy-to-reach cattails had already been harvested.

 

To get to the rest, some teamwork was required.

 

There might not be any more cattails left after today.

 

It was a beautiful morning to build a grave for a worm.

 

It was a beautiful morning to chat with a teacher about the tree cover.

 

It was a beautiful morning to decorate decaying stumps.

 

It was a beautiful morning to test the strength of saplings.

 

It was a beautiful morning to push your luck.

 

It was a beautiful morning to break some sticks.

 

A fork in a tree trunk helped increase the leverage.

 

It was a beautiful morning to Zoom into genetics class from home.

 

It was a beautiful morning for a group project.

 

It was a beautiful morning to resume the aerodynamics experiments.

 

The outdoor wifi had been boosted.

 

Fourth graders could record the results of their test flights right away.

 

It was a beautiful morning to learn how to swing without needing a push.

 

Preschoolers compared notes on technique.

 

It was a beautiful morning to follow a big ant all the way into a piece of rotten wood.

 

It was a beautiful morning to try to get him out.

 

It was a beautiful morning for a mask break.

 

It's hard to blow a bubble in a mask.

 

It was a beautiful morning to be upside down.

 

It was a beautiful morning for a shot on goal.

 

It was the nastiest weather we've had all year.

 

It was a beautiful morning to be at Gordon.

 

 

 

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