We had a great week in 4R, celebrating Christmas. We spent much of our days preparing for our Christmas Concert this past Tuesday and also our church Christmas programs.
On Friday, we were able to celebrate Christmas in our room with a party before break. Here are a few pictures from our fun afternoon of celebrating.
Our first game was very amusing to watch. The students were given paper plates to draw a scene on, following step by step instructions. The only problem was, they had to keep the plate on their head while they drew. They received points at the end for certain parts of the drawing ending up correctly. Hilarious.
Then we split into groups and played another game. For this game, each group had to make a snowman out of one of their classmates, using only the construction paper, masking tape, and toilet paper they were provided with. Also amusing to watch.
The last activity we did at our Christmas party was snacks. Of COURSE we have to be sure to sugar everyone up before sending them home. 🙂 We decorated sugar cones to look like Christmas trees. They were messy, sugary, and delicious.
Finally, before leaving for break, I was able to give my gifts to the kids. It seems I’ve started a tradition of making these gifts for my class, and I love how great they look! 🙂
I pray that you all have a blessed, Merry Christmas with your family and friends. Remember that Jesus is the reason for the season! 🙂