We've been noticing the wildflowers popping up, and we've been going on wildflower walks through the forest. These flowers are known as the "spring ephemerals" because they don't last very long. They bloom before all of the trees get their leaves, when there is still enough sunlight hitting the forest floor. We've been telling a story about the wildflower fairies who make a deal with the trees to wait until May to grow leaves so that the flowers can thrive. Here are some o
"Let's make a big map of Fairywood" "Let's make tree spirits with this clay" "Let's build a village" "Let's go on a waterfall hike" "Let's make a chain!" "Let's make scrambled eggs" "Let's go canoeing" "Let's plant tomato seeds" "Let's draw stories in our journals." "Let's see what will stick to these magnets" "Let's fly to Kid Island on our dragon trees" "It's starting to rain. Let's make a shelter, quick!"