On Friday, June 7th, 2019, the first, second, and third grade classes participated in Pioneer Day. This event took place in order to help celebrate the last novel that all three grades were reading. The first grade read Little House in the Big Woods, the second grade read Little House on the Prairie, and the third grade read Farmer Boy. All three of these books are based during the 1870s and 1880s as settlers were moving west, and they are all written by the same author, Laura Ingalls Wilder.
During Pioneer Day, the students were able to dress up and participate in activities that children participated in at that time period. Some of the activities that the students experienced on Pioneer Day were making their own butter, making homemade ice cream, writing with berry ink, and creating yarn dolls. The students finished the day up with a sack race when the rain relented and the sun peeked out.
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