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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays to all our families in Preschool! 

What a crazy week....

The preschoolers did some fun holiday crafts as well as...

 celebrate and learn more about Hanukkah! We made potato latkes to celebrate the festival of lights on Tuesday. We all tried a bite of the latkes we made, and some of us really enjoyed them!

We also played in the snow with our new sleds! We can't wait for more snow to come!

We hope that you have a wonderful and restful holiday break and we will see you in 2018! :)

Snow fun!

We had SNOW much fun with all the new snow we have outside! We went sliding, shoveled paths, and rolled in the snow. We had a blast!

Also this week Mrs. Jane came and shared the story of Hanukkah with both classrooms. We got to see a menorah and how it is lit. We learned a traditional Hanukkah dance and song. The preschoolers really enjoyed learning about another holiday that is going on right now!

Some fun and snowy holiday crafts!

Happy Holidays!  We had a great time making gifts for family members today at our holiday craft time. We want to thank the volunteers and those who helped purchase supplies for such a great time today!


Preschool in the Holiday Spirit!

As the holiday season approaches, the preschoolers can feel the excitement in the air! We have been busy with fun guests, special activities, and holiday crafts! Next Tuesday, the preschoolers will be doing their smaller version of "art from the heart" with some volunteers in the Art room! Be on the look out for some beautiful and creative holiday surprises coming your way!  If you would like to help in anyway with either volunteering time or making a donation for that day please touch base with either Mrs. Nichols or Mrs. L.  We would love to have you!

Building some towers for Santa's elves!
Snowflake art! Some fun snuggles with Mrs. Nichols after a good book!

Also, with all this craziness the past few weeks we forgot to wish Leah a very Happy 4th birthday! We hope you had a great day Leah! :)

As the cold starts to creep in, we really ask families to please send in layers and snow-pants. Although we do not have a ton of snow, snow pants really save on our normal pants …