My class arrived in a flurry, all were excited to share their homemade boxes and pass out their cards. BUT we had the regular day to get through first. Finally, after reading groups, centers and math time we began the task of passing out the valentine cards. Now EVERY year I say I won't give a list with the kids names, but in the end I always give the list and regret it. Lets face it most five year olds can't read their handwriting and many still can't read their friends names. Thankfully, I had some parents who came to help out and while some passed out their Valentines, the rest watched-I used that term loosely-Winnie the Pooh's Un-Valentine Day. One mom surprised the class with cupcakes piled high with pink frosting. I made sure to hand them out right before we went home. Let the parents deal with the sugar rush.
So, here are a few of our boxes. The directions stated to make it a family project. Obviously some families were involved a little and some much more.
Sunday I spent the day getting my creative juices flowing and finished two new word family products. YAY!!!! I've been wanting to get these done for a while now. It was good to have the time to complete them.
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