Hello Again! Can I just ask, "Where did the time go??"
The culmination of the school year's end came to pass in the blink of an eye! I am in utter awe of just how quickly it did pass. And now, as I catch my breath, I'm glancing backward with even more awe over all that my cuties had accomplished. They really hit it out of the ballpark in all they did! I'm One.Proud.Teacher!
Flashing back to our first week of May where...
My little Kinders gave their moms the most special tea party of all parties. Mom's had sparkling tears in the corners of their eyes. They were served with love, poetry, songs of admiration and of course some very
special sweet treats.
They lovingly crafted the sweetest tea cup cards; each unique and one-of-a-kind with a sweet little bundle of paper flowers within.
To accompany these sweet sentiments, they also wrote and compiled a bundle of mom's special characteristics, massage coupons and of course, her kinder~illustrated beautiful portrait.
It was an occasion to remember, for sure!
The following week, my cuties narrowed their focus toward some of our most valued flying insects. We learned all about butterflies, ladybugs and bumble bees.
Wherein, our lesson plan begged the question ... "What's all the BUZZ about in our kindergarten???"
Here are some sweet reminders of the amazing projects we put together in our busy little beehive of learning.
Our final two weeks of Kindergarten were almost a blur of activity from wrapping up our curriculum, completing our penmanship journals, writing individual graduation affirmations, taking graduation photos and practicing for all of the Pomp and Circumstance ... Whew!
I tried to savor all of those fleeting last moments I had with them. As I reflect back on the school year spent with my sweet little kinder kids, I am amazed at how much they've grown. I am in awe of them! They have interwoven so much love of learning into my heart & mind as much as I have in them. I can't quite put into words just how super proud I am to have been their teacher. I will undoubtedly miss them tremendously as they have carved a special place in my heart for the rest of time.
"What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others."
With Enormous Gratitude For This Past School Year,