What a busy week before Spring Break! We connected with our Massachusetts pals through Skype. Their explanation of what cellars are was of particular interest since we don't have any here. The students sang a popular song, "When Irish Eyes are Smiling". Many families will watch the St. Patrick's Day parade in their community.
The keiki were kept really busy constructing leprechaun traps and laying them out for those little Irish elves. However, the wee guys escaped and managed to create havoc with the children's toolboxes placed in other students' desks.
The highlight of the week was performing for the elderly at Kuakini Hale Pulama Mau. Muraki Sensei said that our students were well received and the perfect ambassadors. They will be remembered for many months to come.
Mimi had many photos and interesting comments for her post on the Teddy Bear blog. You can view the other K-1 students' posts on the blog too.
Parents and friends are ALWAYS encouraged to add comments to our posts. It helps us to do better and be happy.
Have a relaxing Spring Break!