When I prepared the week's activities I had no idea that we would actually have snow, so our winter theme worked perfectly! It was freezing cold, cutting to the bone!
Our lesson was on Winter and where snow comes from. Tshidiso said it comes from the mountains. :-)
I had them count all the circles that they could see on their snowmen.
Ntswaki made such a cute snowman!
Look at them. All perfect and beautiful!!
After all the coloring, cutting and pasting snowmen, the actual fun started. They had to make their own snowmen from clay and this was definitely the highlight of their whole day. They love playing with clay, making shapes and of course, Sammy Snake is their favorite creature to make.
As you can see, Bibi was clearly amused by his creation!
Have you ever seen a snowman with eyebrows?
What a pretty little penguin, sorry… I meant snowman! It is so precious to see the joy they experience while learning. Thsidiso's face says it all!
Pinocchio. Modise's snowman had a very long nose…even he thought it to be quite funny!I love it when children are happy and smiling!
Who has the most beautiful smile…Nthabeleng, of course!!
No, this is not a culture statement! Kamohelo was playing with the smaller kiddies in their playroom and suddenly appeared all wrapped up in a blanket. He was cold and cute! Did it all by himself.These little ones are the most precious little beings and I love them so much. They all have little traits that make them special. I am truly blessed!!
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