Mother’s Day

Even though I am tired and stressed by the end of the school year, I am really proud of my kinders! They have really grown, and as they worked on their mother’s day project today, I just sat and observed them. I was amazed at how they’ve transformed into these little almost 1st graders!

Today we reviewed for our end of the year reading and math tests that we will do next week. This afternoon we worked on mother’s day presents, from the First Grade Blue Skies pack, and we made the ewe! My kids really loved creating this for their moms.

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