Hello everyone, this is Small Kids class!
When Small Kids see Toni and Mika setting up for a craft, they always want to be first sit down for their turn. They were all so happy to get their hands painted, and they tried so hard to make nice prints.
“What color is it?”
After their handprints dried, they were told they were making these crafts for their grandparents. They went through the Baby Shark Song to see if they knew Grandma and Grandpa.
“Are you ready to begin?”
Toni thought this would be their hardest craft skill: placing a pom pom on a drop of glue. She was surprised that they only needed a little help. What precision! What focus! What amazing patience when waiting for her to finish getting their glue drop ready.
“Do you have your cherry ready?”
“Okay, stick stick.”
“Can you do the next one, too?”
“Please let it stay there, okay? It needs to dry now.”
Everyone practiced what to say before they brought their craft home. Did anyone say anything to their grandparents?
“Here you are, Grandpa.”
“Here you are, Grandma.”
“I love you.”
Good job, Small Kids! We hope you all had a good time with your families.