Parparim 3 had some busy little bees! They did many class projects, including a fun unit about ice cream that included a fun art project using water colors and chalk and they even got to make their own ice cream.
For Father’s Day, they handprinted and decorated special Father’s Day cards and included a quote that was chosen by each child for their special guy.
As a class, Parparim 3, read “The Little Ice Cream Truck”, “I Scream for Ice Cream”, and “Pete’s a Pizza”. Below is the recipe the class used to create their delicious ice cream and a couple of photos. Enjoy!
• 1 c. milk
• 1 c. whipping cream
• 1/2 c. sugar
• 1/2 tsp. vanilla
• 1 egg (optional)
• Fruit (smashed), chocolate, etc.
• Rock salt
• Ice (crushed or small cubes)
1. Pour all food ingredients into 1-pound coffee can. Duct tape lid on securely.
2. Place inside 3-pound coffee can. Layer ice and salt around sides of small can. Duct tape 3-pound lid on.
3. Roll briskly on hard ground for 10 minutes – cement works best.
4. Open lid and drain ice water. Open 1-pound lid and stir, scraping sides well.
5. Re-tape. Re-pack big can with ice and salt. Re-tape and roll again. Makes about 3 cups of ice cream.