Monday, January 7, 2013

Classroom Christmas Parties

Our first Kindergarten Holiday party was held back in early December. 


Parents were asked to volunteer our time to help the kiddos each make three Christmas ornaments for their classroom Christmas tree.

We also got to check out the decorations they've been busy making, such as Narls' stocking detailing his Christmas wishlist.  He wants a grappler, a black box, a toy dog that comes alive, and a disc.  Hmm.  A curious list, especially since two of those items aren't even real things.

Em's preschool Christmas party was held around Christmas. They sang Christmas songs, had a holiday lunch, and Santa came with presents. 

    Narls' kindergarten Christmas party was supposed to be the same day, but his elementary school closed two days early due to safety concerns. A large number of bomb threats were being called into various school districts and school officials were acting proactively.

    His party was thankfully rescheduled to last Friday. After Christmas of course, but everyone was still very much in the spirit. The kids decorated Christmas cookies, made a gingerbread man, and played Christmas Bingo.  Narls gave his teacher the Christmas mug he made her and he got a really funny book from her.

    I gotta share the Bingo boards I volunteered to make for the party, which were a big hit.  I'm pretty proud of them. Email me if you'd like the pdf files to print your own :)

    Good times were had by all and I feel so fortunate that Clay and I have jobs that allow us the flexibility of attending our children's parties and events. 

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