Strong Start children learn about emotions

Vavenby Primary School's Strong Start children are looking at emotions this month

Strong Start children (l-r) Kelsey Rexing

Vavenby Primary School’s Strong Start children are looking at emotions this month – sleepy bears, scary spiders, and exciting Hallowe’en.

On Wednesday, Oct. 9, leader Miss Amy talked to the children about buckets and how filling the buckets to make the children happy would be like filling their hearts.

The moms made a background garden scene for the wall. The children will add leaves, pumpkins, snowflakes, etc. for each season to learn about the changing of the seasons. Each child will be given a bucket to put on the scene.

 

The story for the day was about giving thanks. Then there was a surprise fire drill. These preschool children did very well in lining up and then walking out and away from the school.

 

 

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