28 May 2008

Kindergarden feast



The public kindergarden of Concordia last Friday had the "end of the school year" feast. Kindergarden (for children aged 3 to 6) is still open all June but many families go to the seaside in June, so the feast is made at the end of May. All the classes - 4 classes, about 100 children - worked all year round on taking care for our environment. The feast was called "the party of the trees". All children wore T-shirts hand painted (by themselves) and sang songs and danced with their teachers. At the end they all received a tree to be planted at home. It is a Carpinus Betulus that is a Hornbeam.

4 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Really a very nice project and the T-shirt design on this student is nice.

Patrizia said...

It's my daughter ;-)

Chuck Pefley said...

Kindergarten is a fun age and class in school. I like the banner and t-shirt. Very creative.

Chuck Pefley said...

Your daughter did a great job on her t-shirt!