LOVE IS….

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This month we have been doing lots of Valentine’s Day activities.  One of those activities included the definition of Love.  I asked the boys and girls what is love?  Here are the responses I received:

Eva – Giving mom and dad a hug before bedtime.

Chloe – When mommy drops something and can’t bend down, I get it for her.

Gianna – It is my parents taking care of me.

Ryan B. – My mom taking care of my dogs.

Austin – It is when my parents take me to Florida.

Ryan D. – When my dad lets me wrestle with him.

Harper – When my mom makes me a friendship bracelet.

Jack – My mom making meatballs and spaghetti.

Annie – My mom taking me to Disney.

Alice – When my mom and dad take me to the ice cream store.

Rusty – Getting a good report card.

Maddox – Helping my dad play video games and working out.

Jett – Mom and dad taking me to swim.

Lucy – When my mom and dad take me to Branson.

Madelyn – Mom and dad taking me to McDonalds for my birthday.

Peyton – Helping mom do a puzzle.

Hailey – Mom and dad taking me to Disney on Ice.

Noah – Helping mom and dad at the store.

Benjamin – When mom cleans my family room.

 

We also had a fantastic Valentine’s Day party at school.  The boys and girls played a musical hearts game and had a great time delivering and looking at all their Valentines.  Our parents did a great job planning such a fun party!

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On January 31st we celebrated 100 Days of School!  The boys and girls made posters of 100 things they collected and counted.  They are hanging out in the hallway.  We also had special activities going on that day.  The children got to visit each first grade classroom and the other kindergarten class to do an activity with those teachers.  In Mrs. Sears’ classroom the boys and girls made pictures using the numbers 100.  There were some pretty creative masterpieces!  In Mrs. Eales’ class the boys and girls did 100 exercise activities.  In Mrs. Gentelin’s room they stacked 100 cups to make castles and buildings.  In our class they counted out 100 Fruit Loops on a 100 chart and then put them on a string to make a necklace.  As you can see, everyone had a great time!

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