Are you kidding me at the difference one school year made?
New tradition: A cupcake after breakfast on the last day of school!
Mother's Day Out was a great opportunity for him to learn to play with others in a relaxed, low-key atmosphere.
Clockwise: finger-painting, napping (it did happen occasionally), finger-painting again, hunting Easter eggs
Clockwise: ready to go to school, Valentine's party, headed outside with his class, ready for school in his shades, and smiling with Mrs. Kelly!
End of the year questionnaire: I am planning to do this each year!
*Self-portrait includes: ears, eyes, nose, mouth, clothes, underwear, and shoes. And he traced his handprint without any help. He is very independent here lately!
Dylan, you are full of energy and joy. You are constantly "going", but you also have such a good heart. You think of others often, and try to solve problems. You are always asking questions and "thinking". I am so proud of you and happy that you love school!
|Looking way too grown up!|
I am so thankful that he had this experience. It was the perfect place for him. Thanks MDO for loving on my son, but most importantly showing him Christ.