I started out the day, once again not sure what our muffin tin would be. We are still focusing on pizza this week, but I didn't want to do a muffin tin with pizza again. Then when hubby headed out to the mailbox to get the mail and returned empty handed, I remembered it was Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Still, wasn't thinking about muffin tins though. But when I mentioned it was a holiday Tabitha ran to the calendar to check it out and I started contemplating a muffin tin based on segregation and integration. And this is what I came up with.
We usually use whole wheat bread, but I thought I would make their sandwiches half wheat/half white.
Then I mixed some chocolate frosting with peanut butter to make some brown chocolate peanut butter. This went on the wheat bread. And I put white Fluff on the white bread.
Each spot has something integrated with something similar but a different color.
Green Broccoli and White Cauliflower
Orange Cheddar and White Cheddar
Red Grapes and Green Grapes
After talking about our muffin tin I had the girls take the segregated sandwich and integrate it:
I turned around to see Hannah putting her sandwich together and was able to quick click a shot.
Tabitha had her normal triangle sandwiches.
Amelia wanted big triangles.
And Hannah had her normal squares. By the time I got around to taking a picture of her tray she had already finished her grapes.
I love the way Hannah says, "cheese" as soon as the camera points her way.
Then we had a special drink.
First the chocolate is separate from the milk.
Then we integrated it.