A is for apple, B is for ball, and C is for cat. Right?
Well, not anymore.
Ben Patterson, 5, and his 3-year-old sister Sarah Patterson will probably say A is for the alpacas they saw on a trip to Georgia. B was for the bugs and birds in their backyard, C is for the carrot stems they re-grew in water, and D is for donuts from Whistle Stop and their next door neighbor, “Mayor Dan.”
Their mother Dana Patterson has created a month full of daily activities and field trips based on the ABCs of Summer.
She originally got the idea from teaching in Georgia where she was a second and fourth grade teacher for 10 years.
When the family relocated to Hopkinsville for her husband, Dusty, to take a new job, she thought it