A Hunting Morning
Laura is visiting the Browns next door and Martin and Sylvia are invited over for buttered popovers. Mr and Mrs. Brown then decide to set up a 'popover treasure hunt' for the three children where they need to use their noses to find them. When the hunt begins, however, they are surprised to find they are not the only ones doing the hunting!
Projects, Crafts, and Recipes for this Story
Sparkle Kitchen: Popovers!
Popovers are totally new to the Sparkle Kitchen. We’ve marveled when other friends made them for us, but never actually tried making them ourselves. So a few weeks ago, we gave it a go. And, as is the norm for our kitchen, we whipped up the gluten-free variety. And they were really good.
Sparkle Kitchen: Popovers
Did you know that you can make popovers in a normal muffin tin?
Sparkle Crafts: Your Own Sewn Treasure Bag
Made with a burlap fabric, this treasure bag is easier for little fingers to sew and the open-weave means that the dirt and sand that might be stuck to treasures found outdoors will fall right through as your little ones carry their new-found bounty home.
Martin & Sylvia's: Saturdays! Printable Project Page: A Hunting Morning
In “A Hunting Morning,” Martin, Sylvia, and Laura go on a treasure hunt in the Brown’s orchard and hayfield. They are encouraged to use their noses like foxhounds - and you can too!