|Twisted black tissue paper for chimney smoke, a cut paper vegetable garden,|
tissue paper flowers, kids' self portraits looking out of the window,
and a mailbox made the Kindergarten House complete!
This year, he visited several Kindergarten art classes. As a helper with the younger students he took over some of the demonstrations in the beginning of classes and would go around offering praise and encouragement as students worked on their projects! I hope this student continues to be a problem solver and mentor to younger students.
It is difficult to say goodbye to students at the end of the year--especially students who struggled and eventually succeeded.
Parents and teachers, what does the end of the school year feel like to you?
Specialist teachers, are you ever envious of the time that homeroom teachers have with their students?
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