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Maple Sugaring Gr5

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Field trip grade 5

Field trip grade 5

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  • 1. NDMS grade 5 arriving at the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center Maple Sugar Time
  • 2. Class Pictures
  • 3. Time for more pictures
  • 4. Crossing The Bridge..... To Our Adventure!
  • 5. Trees and more trees… Up to 200 bats fit in there.
  • 6. These holes are made by the spiles. This tool is called a spile, and the sap drips through it. Maple Tree Collecting Maple Sap
  • 7. Time To Taste SAP Bottle of sap
  • 8. We are tasting little crumbs of maple sugar.
  • 9. Let's Visit Maple Cloud! We visited a place where they turn sap into syrup. To cook the sap you need an evaporator. The evaporator evaporates all the water from the sap. The sugar shack is called Maple Cloud. This sap has almost turned into maple syrup. This sample was taken from the evaporator after the one to the left. As you can see, this one is darker than the other one.
  • 10. More Information About The Evaporator The evaporator She is pouring sap into the evaporator. This is all the water that is evaporating from the sap.
  • 11. More Learning ... This tool is called a ladle. This tool is used to see how thick the syrup is. It takes about 25-50 gallons of syrup to make a bottle.
  • 12. This is Farmer Jessie. This is Farmer Moya . Our Farmers!! Thank you for a great field trip to the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center .