Pumpkins, polymers, piano...and more!

We had a beautiful hike up Sugarloaf and along the Trestle Trail. Leaves were collected and several students made stained glass windows out of their leaves. Other projects completed during the Make It Journey of Discovery included several fuze bead designs, experimenting with orbies/polymers and color mixing, and making slime using thermochromic pigment.  Ori is making music while Ali is writing down his composition. Many pumpkins were beautifully painted and are now adorning our front steps. Fairy houses were built and decorated both inside and outside, and students enjoyed a field trip to the Catamount Center for the Arts and a one man showing of the Wunderle Circus. Some Woodland students even found themselves up on stage and part of the act!  We took a field trip to the Love Yarn Shop in Bethlehem so our knitters could select their own yarn for the felted bag project they are working on during Journey with Lynn. Paul came back for round two (out of three) of teepee building on the Woods Trail and students enjoyed a drumming workshop with our Profile student intern Emma.