We visited the newly opened Indiana Caverns and students were able to see ice age bones that still were bone and had not yet fossilized.
In this career of mine, I've also taught teachers-to-be and was so delighted that one of favorite college students guided us with great enthusiasm and much knowledge through the cave.
Gardner E. shared a lesson on cave paintings and a student's dad, whose business is creating bones to replace the ones of yours that no longer work, shared about how bones are formed.
If that weren't enough excitement in the classroom, we had two additional visitor right outside our door.
A little village girl I happened on during playdate.
Tramping through the creek with Giddy-up and his net, following orders. "Here (thrusts the net in my direction), catch me a "hish" in this "hang." And I did.
Spending the morning at the school creek with my school kids.
Wishing you some joy!