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Happy Sunday, Dear Parents;
Thanks so much to our latest birthday boy's family for attending his school birthday celebration last week. It was lovely to have you at school with us. The Sunflowers now have two six-year olds, and we have several more birthdays to come in the near future.
In our circle time, we have left the bees and have been riding our ponies out to the orchard—there are many things to see along the way! And, we are enjoying gathering apples into our (imaginary) baskets and bringing them home (of course pony gets one to munch in thanks for our day's ride...)
Trot, trot, trot;Go and never stop!Trot along my little pony,Where it's steep and where it's stony;Trot trot trot trot trot;Now it's time to stop! (whoa, ponies!)
Our Early Childhood team has decided to put off our annual apple processing day (when we'll peel, core, and cut as many apples as we have on hand, outdoors in the morning—and make delicious applesauce inside in our classroom). We will wait a few more days for more autumnal weather (please?). We are hoping to do our apple processing on Tuesday Oct 3rd.
I know a gnome who has his homeRight in the middle of an oak tree.He wears a hatAnd breeches thatAre all of the color of the oak tree.Two squirrels live above his headA family of rabbits beneath his bedI keep them warm and safe, he saidAll in the shelter of my oak tree.
It is a delight to work and play with these little and big Sunflowers!