Here is the Adopt a Class Brick:
|N is the son I taught and E is the daughter I had this year. M is me.|
Here is our May Day Brick:
I also usually write a poem about the year and the special moments and then add the kid's hand prints. BUT this year I procrastinated and realized this on day 178 out of 180 so I changed the hand print part of it. I am a huge fan of Ed Emberely's work so I had each child made a thumb print art and created a summer scene. So this is how it turned out:
So off to finish my break and enjoy my Natalie time.