just a block down the street from our photography studio field trip, another class took a trip to the local donut shop. just like our other trips, mr rob and i appreciated all the extra grown ups along!
when it wasn’t your turn to take a tour, it was your turn to eat a fresh donut! i had prepped the preschoolers ahead of time that we would drink water even though there is juice and milk for sale. but much to our surprise, they gave us juice!
we learned a lot of things: every donut is made by hand, the donuts are made in the middle of the night, the milk comes on a truck, donuts are cooked in a hot thing, there is steam to make some donuts, donuts get covered with icing and then the extra icing is used for other donuts, some donuts are cut by hand with a knife, some donuts have sprinkles.
thank you, drubers donut shop, for a wonderful field trip. you made a lot of smiles!
hmmmmm…now i want a donut. if i wait 3 more hours i can go get a fresh late night one…
5 thoughts on “d is for donut shop field trip”
Yum… That looks like such a fun field trip! I bet the parents enjoyed the field trip as much as the kids did!
We have a Daylight Donuts in our town too…nothing beats a maple longjohn! :o)
Greetings from Portugal! Love the donut experience!
Don’t forget that we also learned not to eat the raw dough!
oh. my. that was awesome.
and true: the raw dough isn’t ready to eat.