Mrs. McSweeney’s Kinders were measuring things and reading about our National Symbols when . . .
We read in a book.
How big was her foot.
But, we couldn’t believe it.
We just had to see it.
The Statue of Liberty’s foot was 25 feet long.
Our class stood shoulder to shoulder and we were still shorter.
The kindergarten students have races learning that the higher they make the ramp the faster their polar bears went. They also tested to see which surfaces would cause the most friction on their marble racing.