This summer, students taking Language Concepts with Mrs. Riddick discovered Neverland by finding and making their shadows, as well as making Peter Pan hats, Captain Hook hooks, hand-painted swords, Neverland maps, and even a crocodile with a clock in its tummy! For “Watermelon Day” they did an experiment to find out if watermelons sink or float and of course tasted a sample. They also enjoyed a visit from CHS senior and National Art Honor Society member Coco Carmichael, who volunteered to come in and demonstrate the map-making process of staining paper using tea as a dye. To wrap up this summer’s Peter Pan themed studies, they saw the Mac-Haydn Children’s Theatre production of “Wendy’s Shadow.” Here are some photos from their summer here at MED.
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