You know, you could find tri-fold cardboard at grocery stores. Usually they use them to hold heavy items like watermelons. Large appliances also come in tri-fold sometimes.
Yes, that's right! I'd forgotten that!
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Ya! I like red. Smells like strawberry!
Nice job, Lu! Your turkey is turning out great. Do you like the way the paint smells? Which one's your favorite?
Wow! Wonderful job, Lu! Mommy is going to love your turkey!
Jessica, it was such a pleasure having you here. You have great ideas and I loved that you challenged some things because it made me think! Please reach out to me if you ever have any questions!
Stephanie, thank you so much for everything! I saw so many interesting sessions and definitely will be using some of your ideas for my own sessions in the future.
On my last day here, I noticed the PT, who is part-time, cutting up cardboard to make a desk surface! I had a great conversation with her about my experience at New York's Adaptive Design workshop last year and told her about my making a seat wedge. She thought this was amazing!
My last session was with a kindergartener named Lu. I helped her choose colors to paint a turkey to take home for Thanksgiving. She was loving all the scented paints we had! It was great to interact one on one with her.
I was sad to know that this was my last day. I really enjoyed my time at East Elementary and I am so glad I was placed with Stephanie. She was full of knowledge and advice and made me feel very welcome and comfortable. She offered to have me as a level 2 student, which I would have loved, but unfortunately could not accept since I will be moving to Tennessee in the coming year. Overall, this was an amazing experience and I feel that I learned so much!