Feast Week Part 7: THE FEAST!!

Ok, so I’m not at all sure how it got to almost the end of February and I didn’t tell you about the final part of Feast Week!  I know…I’m sorry!  But you’ve been reading blog all along, right?  We’ve been busy!

But here’s perhaps the most important part of the whole thing we called Feast Week–the feast!  (And just in case you haven’t read the first parts of Feast Week, you can find the first one here, and then the others are linked from there.  It’s worth your time if you haven’t read them!)

The day had finally arrived, and we were excited.  But no, we were not excited about the fact that Winter Break was just a day away, or because we’d be off for 14 days–we were excited because all of our hard work with fractions and recipes and cooking and baking and planning was about to pay off!

And it went even better than we’d hoped.  Thanks to some fabulous parents who were willing to let us throw out this crazy idea of our Winter Party to them (and then just told them to run with it!), we ended up with a lovely, delicious meal that helped us all see the fruits (and hams and green beans and ice cream pies) of our labors.  It was definitely a  FABULOUS FIFTH GRADE FRACTION FEAST!!

Anticipating our fabulous feast as we wait outside the cafeteria!

Anticipating our fabulous feast as we wait outside the cafeteria!

Looks good, doesn't it? Tablecloths and centerpieces and everything!  So elegant!

Looks good, doesn’t it? Tablecloths and centerpieces and everything! So elegant!

Here's our handiwork!  Looks yummy!

Here’s our handiwork! Looks yummy!

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That bowl is guacamole–I promise, it was pretty good!

Moving through the line

Moving through the line–sausage snack wraps were a hit!

A toast to food, fun and friends!  (and fractions!)

A toast to food, fun and friends! (and fractions!)

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WE LOVE FEAST WEEK!

WE LOVE FEAST WEEK!

 

2 thoughts on “Feast Week Part 7: THE FEAST!!

  1. Pingback: Feast Week Part 6: Now We Cook! | 20somethingkidsand1kookyteacher

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