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Love Letters

This time of year I am always bombarded with love letters from my kids. They get sentimental at the end of the school year. Some classes know that I will not be able to visit them next year and will miss our storytimes together. Some teachers want to thank me for devoting time each month to visit their classrooms. And, I always get an impromptu love letter on my desk once in a while in the evenings when I’m not at work (where else would I be the kids always ask). Here are some:

Me (in the center bottom) doing storytime. Nice use of collage!

Me (in the center bottom) doing storytime. Nice use of collage, crayon, and construction paper.

Another interpretation of storytime. This time with computer paper and marker.

Another interpretation of storytime. This time with computer paper and marker.

Artwork 2

It says “singing songs” for those of you unskilled in preschool letter deciphering.

Artwork 6

Artwork 3

I’m always touched when the kids spell my name correctly!

Artwork 1

Artwork 4

Artwork 5

Looks like she started writing “Miss” and crossed it out to write “Mrs.” I wonder who corrected her?

 

Me with the artist and her best friend.

Me with the artist and her best friend.

 

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HS Thank You Artwork Gracias

HS Thank You Artwork with names

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