An expensive and fiery oops!
Well, at least the samples were free... Though most definitely fiery, to say the least!
Why would anyone do that to chocolate?! I can imagine the reaction.
wow. my son calss any carbonated beverage "spicy," so I can't imagine what that would do to him. Do you have the Curious George and The Chocolate Factory book, I'm sure you do. It would be so cute with your adventure. What a fun treat.
Eeek!(but what a fun field trip!)
OH NO!!! That place is great though. Did you get a sample of the chocolate covered bacon? lol
No... I didn't try the chocolate covered bacon. Yuck! Why would anyone want to ruin perfectly good chocolate?? lol!Robina ~ We actually don't have that book. I will have to check it out from the library. Thank you for the suggestion!
Jessica, I stumbled on your excellent blog and I am thankful that I did. You're inspiring. Do you happen to have a comprehensive list of field trips that you take throughout the year? I have a 5 yr old, 2 yr old and 1 yr old and am looking for interesting educational places to go ... thanks!-Steph
Steph ~ I really don't have a list of any kind, for field trips. Some of the field trips we take are planned through our homeschool group, some I look into after studying a certain topic, and the rest are unplanned and somewhat coincidental - like our field trips last Friday. The options probably vary greatly, depending on where you live, but I did a quick google search to see if I could find a list of ideas to get you started. This website has 40 possible places to consider, and here is a link to find Factory Tours in the USA. I hope that helps!
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