Green must be the color of the moment. Check out the green cake. This, however, is not just any ol' green cake. This one is a very creative replica of something. Any guesses on what this creation might be? If you said "Plant Cell Anatomy," you're correct!!! The cranberry muffin on the bottom corner represents the nucleus, the gummy worms the golgi body, the jelly beans the chloroplasts, the spaghetti (around the muffin) endoplasmic reticulum and we can't remember what the chocolate chunks were supposed to be, but that's okay...the teacher will! My DD has always been pretty good in the imagination department. Since she was very little she's had the nack of taking things (often from the garbage) and making them into something quite interesting! She's definitely my most prolific artist! The best part of this project is this: once the teacher grades it, she and her friends get to eat it!!! That's good news for my DD as she has a sweet tooth to the "nth" degree! Personally, I prefer yellow cake, white cake, or brown cake (chocolate), but I guess when it comes to science projects, do as the students do - eat it GREEN!
Does anyone have a knife?