Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Our Mother's Day Celebration was a very memorable one for all who attended. Students welcomed their moms to the classroom by escorting them to their seat. They presented their mom with a one-of-a-kind button bracelet that they made earlier in the week. They pinned their hand-made flower pin on their mom. Each student filled out a book, answering questions about their mom (how old their mom is, how tall she is, how much she weighs, etc.). I asked each child earlier in the week to tell me about their favorite meal that their mom makes and what the "famous" recipe was. I compiled this information into a class recipe book. It was hilarious to see the moms' reactions to their "famous psghetti" and "famous chicken nugget" recipe in print. Students each read one adjective that can describe moms because they play so many different important roles in their child's life! They each read their book and a handprint poem to their mom. Students served their moms breakfast and then served themselves. A special thanks to Mr. Wilson who monitored the pink lemonade pitcher! Each student wrote their top five reasons why they love their mom and stood in front of the class and read it to them. Lastly, we pampered our moms by turning the lights down, putting classical music on, and giving our moms back rubs. Each mom was given two cucumber slices to put on her eyes as she enjoyed her shoulder rub and her hand massage. This experience was a stretch from the true "SPA," but moms seemed to enjoy it just the same. We hope that our moms enjoyed this time with their sweet child. We really enjoyed being able to celebrate our MOMS and the wonderful and selfless job that they do each and every day! Mother's Day on PhotoPeach A Little Spa Time! on PhotoPeach Mommies and their precious babies! on PhotoPeach

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