Friday, May 29, 2015
Day 66 Proud Mum
After work there was a multi cultural dinner at Random's school. It's a fundraiser for the kids and a chance for the parents to review what the kids have been working on all year. Random's grade is studying the Holocaust. They had several projects including making some of the items that the Jews used while they were in captivity.
Random made a set of bunk beds out of Popsicle sticks and a deck of cards. Historically the cards were made from matchboxes but we used some card stock that printed matchbox covers on. then Random cut out the covers and drew on the card faces.
His class voted on which projects would be displayed as part of the overall presentation of what they were learning. Random's class voted that his projects should be included. I was so excited by this that I completely forgot to take a picture. Each student had their work displayed in the classroom for parents to see, but it was an honor to have his work as part of the hallway display. I'm so proud of him.
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