Who Said You Couldn’t Play With Food?

Hey guys! Remember when I mentioned about how my class and I were participating in an innovation project in our class? Well, my friend recently showed me a site called “The Journal,” and there was food art! Omg..they were so cute. Who would’ve thought you could make so many kinds of picture and art from just food?! These people took something ordinary such as food and innovated it into beautiful art. I remember when I was little, I was told to never play with food, but I think making the food into works of art invites the kids to want to eat their food more! It gets them excited to eat their food, especially if they look that fun! 🙂 I thought these creative innovations were so brilliant I just had to share it with you guys! 🙂 Hope you have a great week~

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Love (for sweets) is in the Air

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There are days in class when my teacher would surprise us with a lesson completely unexpected than the normal everyday English class, and this week, he talked to us about Valentine’s Day.

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Time and Effort

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This week, my class and I did presentations on our blogs in English class. We talked about how are blogs were growing, our favorite comments, favorite posts, changes that were made, things we’re still struggling with, and basically analyzing our blog to show how we’re doing with our blogs. It wasn’t about how many views or likes you had (although having them is nice); it was about how much time and effort you put into your blog. The more work you put into your blog, the more fantastic it will look! Make it so you’re buzzing with so much joy, you can’t wait to share it with everyone! Everybody may not take interest in it, but hey, it’s your work, and you’re proud of it. You are your own audience.

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Can Crows Be Helpful?

Recently, in my English class, we did this activity called Crow vs. Crop where people would interrogate others about their ideas for their innovation project. This is like crows pecking at the crops. They want to find out the good stuff. This is an important and beneficial process because it helps the “crops” figure out the flaws in their ideas and improve on them. As I was looking through pictures, I came across some blackbird cookies and corn crop cake pop treats that reminded me of the Crow vs. Crop activity. Not only were these treats cute, they are perfect to make for this fall season.

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