asks from St. Louis
We have never done a field trip to a restaurant, so I'm looking for ideas of what my girl scout troop can look forward to seeing when they go visit a local restaurant....
asks from Los Angeles
I have 3 kids in Private school , 2 come from a split household (stepkids, parttime) the other our SON together just started Kindy. My DH is responsible for all school...
asks from Dallas
Today my daughter's first grade class went to the zoo for a field trip. We were asked to pack a sack lunch for them to eat while we were there. I went along as a cha...
asks from Atlanta
Due to a large budget cut, we can't do any field trip for this summer at our school. Any ideas of who would give free inhouse field trips? I've already contact the Fir...
asks from Honolulu
Hi everyone. My 5 year old is going on a field-trip for Kindergarten. It has to be a completely "disposable" lunch... meaning non-perishable, nothing that has to be ch...
asks from Dallas
I got a flyer the other day from my daughters school about "Fied Day" being next month. I keep forgetting to ask the teacher and every time I think about it it's alwa...
asks from Detroit
I have sadly given up the idea of volunteering at my daughters school. I let the teacher know if she can send stuff home for me to work on to help her out I will be m...
asks from Boston
You may have seen my earlier question about my 5yo with Lyme Disease, who needs to go on a special diet for a little, (diary, gluten and sugar free.) Based o...
- I recently found some pre-made meals at Target called Go Picnic. I actually also saw them at a couple of airports, so you might be able to find them in other places t...
- Usually field trips want bag lunch only no refrigeration. finger foods would work the best. A peach she can just bite into, a bag of grapes. Crackers with peanutbutt...
- Lettuce wrap, sugar free applesauce, gluten/dairy free crackers, cheese, nuts, roast chicken, a hard boiled egg, veggies, a thermos of homemade soup or gluten free pas...
asks from Phoenix
My son is in the 7th grade. His teacher is taking the first 35 students to sign up to Washington DC in May 2011. The trip costs $1800. I would love for him to take ...
asks from Victoria
My 5 year old daughter has shown interest in how water towers work. Recently she asked what they do with trash. She now wants to visit a dump. Do you know if the city ...