Field trips are a time for fun and discovery in elementary school. Kelsey went on her field trip today and her father was able to accompany her. He was proud to share the day with her.
Throughout the day, I received pictures and updates of the excitement. They had a wonderful time.
One memory from the day stuck out regarding inquiry and discovery.
The curiosity of snake venom led to a discussion with a museum employee. The knowledgeable exhibitor shared the common and less known uses of snake venom. It has led to scientific breakthroughs and enhances medication.
Kelsey looked inquisitively at her father after hearing these words and said, “Dad, snake venom helps make medicine. Did you hear that?”
“Yes. Very cool,” he replied.
“Snakes might help me with my disease someday? What do you think?”
A girl can dream…
Snakes… though I know little about them, I hope we can do better than venom.
Designer Bag Bingo ~ April 5, 2018
St. Charles Borromeo Church Hall * 175 Stagecoach Rd.* Sicklerville, NJ 08081
7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:00 PM)
$30 for 10 games, Raffle for baskets