Last Wednesday (16 March), the whole class 1 have their school trip at the Eltham Environmental Curriculum Centre, but too bad no parents are allowed to go. I am really surprised on how kids here are being brought up so indepedently. Back home, I remembered having a chaperon until 6th grade during school trips and my dad and granny used to prepare so much food like a steel drum-full, as if we are going away for a week or so.
They were there from around 9:30am to 3:00pm so she brought her packed lunch with her. I wasn’t able to take a pic of her and her packed lunch before she left, but good thing she was still on the groovy mood and posed for mommy when she got back home. I prepared crab-stick teriyaki fried rice for her with green grapesm apple and apple juice, but she said she didn’t eat her apple because teacher brought some for the whole class as they have fruit time before lunch with hot chocolate.
She was so excited to tell mommy and daddy about what she have seen and done in their outing. She goes, “Mum, Dad, there were chickens, goats, and a lot of different animals. Look at my wellies, they were very muddy because we walked on the mud. You have to wash my gloves too because I touched something muddy. It was fun, but I fell asleep on the couch while travelling back to school and Ms. woke me up.” Oh, what a lovely day my cheeky munchkin had.