Our final week is filled imagining the forest through the eyes of its smallest residents. The grade 1 and 2 classes led us through the hidden hideaways for ants, tiny windows for worms in crumbling stumps and ladybug beds in nooks of moss. We are humbled and inspired by their enthusiasm and wonder for the world around them.

 “Over here, I found a worm egg!”, “Come quick, we found a highway for beetles!”, “Look at this, an old eggshell!”

“If you study life deeply, it’s profundity will seize you suddenly with dizziness.” –Albert Schweitzer

Now your turn to imagine the world through the eyes of the small, here are some of the micro-trails painted by Mrs. Hughes class, crawl through the ant tunnels and spin on the wind with the bees: