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  1. I can only imagine how delicious that fresh apple cider tasted! Love the old-school apple press! Where did she get it?
    We just planted 3 apple trees this year so I will be lucky to get 1/2 a peck(??) next year. Maybe there is apple cider in my future.
    Thanks for the great linky!

    • It was sooooo delicious, Kim!! Morgan is the director of an educational camp, and they make apple cider ever fall with their kiddos. You can’t imagine how sweet it is, even with no sugar added! I kind of want to make some right now… it’s cold and rainy and I think heating some apple cider up on the stove and adding in the mulling spice would be so tasty and cozy!

  2. What a wonderful learning event! I’m sure it was as fun and delicious as it looks. I also love how it relates to math in real life. I’m actually going to share this post with my 4th graders when I talk about math in real life tomorrow 🙂
    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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