Thanksgiving With Little Indians & Pilgrims

Yesterday the older class (older threes and fours) at the Training Station held a Thanksgiving feast.  They dressed like Indians & Pilgrims and did a little performance deal for their parents and younger siblings.  They did such a great job!  They sang some songs, recited and acted out some poems, and shared what they’re thankful for.  It was extremely entertaining.  Even the one- and two-year-old brothers and sisters in the audience were applauding wildly!

Afterward the Training Station teachers fed a traditional Thanksgiving meal to everyone.  No small undertaking!  It was totally delicious.

The turnout was great.  I could be wrong, but I think every kid in the class had both their mom and dad there, and some even had grandparents.  It was a lot of fun and a great chance to hang out with the kids’ families.

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Published in: on November 21, 2007 at 12:39 pm  Leave a Comment  

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