What in the World is That ?!

Well, it’s not spoiled fruit! It is actually prickly pear fruit; and this is how it is supposed to look. In Ms. Anderson’s classroom, we read a story in Reading class called: “A Walk in the Desert”. In the story it describes how prickly pear fruit is a desert growing plant. The students were curious as to how this fruit tasted. So, we had a taste test. Most students who tried it liked it and compared it to Kiwi fruit or watermelon. The seeds are edible and a bit crunchy. A few students did not care for it, and some students chose not to try it.

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I have a B.S. degree in Special Education; returned to school to be certified in Elementary Education; and went back again for classes in Early Childhood. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, cooking, baking, decorating, gardening, reading and being active. During your child’s 2nd grade year, I hope they grow in faith, kindness and respect for others. For from acceptance and tolerance grows peace.
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