Thursday, May 25, 2017

Week in Review--LAST WEEK!

WHEW! We did it!

We finished our kindergarten year and what a fun year it was. The last week is full of days that are not the same and rarely follow a specific routine. I hope your child enjoyed his/her last week of's our week breakdown!


We started off by showing our families how smart we are by singing songs, counting to 100 and more during our Kindergarten Graduation Program. We learned so many things that we could not possibly put them all in our program, but we hope you enjoyed what we were able to share! We also received our own classroom awards and boogied down the runway to receive the award today too!

Graduation Video "When I Grow Up I Want to Be...."

We also had our Movie Matinee end of the year celebration on Monday! So many exciting things this last week. Thank you to everyone who donated items for our movie celebration, it was a yummy good time!


In the morning we watched the 5th graders play the Staff in a kickball game. It was so much fun to see the friendly and competition going on!

In the afternoon we celebrated with our very first experience with field day! We were paired up with a friend from class and students from each of the other grades and had a fifth grade team captain. We went around with our team to different games and had an entire afternoon of gym!


By the end the week we realized our time together was almost over. In the morning, we went to the cafeteria once again for the end of the year awards program. In the afternoon, we worked on cleaning out our book boxes, writing journals, pictures and more. We have enjoyed learning together so very much and we couldn't believe it was coming to an end. We also pulled out a chart we made on the first day of school This chart, each student wrote his/her name and now we wrote them again on the back. It was SO exciting to see how much better our writing is at the end of the year!

Mayflower Mill's End of the Year Slideshow

I will miss each and every one of my sweet students but I know they are more than ready to move forward to first grade and I thank each of you for being the #1 role model and cheerleader in your child's education. They will do big things and I am thankful I was able to be part of their journey in life.

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