Kindergarten Grandparents and Special Friends Day

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Kindergarten Grandparents and Special Friends Day

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Have you ever wondered why the kindergartners and their grandparents/special friends don’t go to the May Crowning Ceremony? Have you ever wondered what they do instead? Well, we investigated and found out exactly what these talented kids do.

The kindergarteners put on a performance for their guests in the Holy Angel Hall. They sang many songs. Some they sang as a grade, some they sang in classes, and they even sang some in Spanish! KA sang “Jesus Loves Me”, “Deep and Wide”, “He’s got the Whole World”, and “Oh be Careful”. KB sang “Peacebuilder’s Pledge” (with sign language!), “ Weather Song”, “Spring Song”, “I Like to Eat Apples and Bananas”, and “1 Little, 2 Little, Ready for Prayer”. Together as a grade, they sang “Uno, Dos, Tres” (counting all the way to ten with a cha cha!), “Un Elefante” (an elephant swinging on a spiderweb!), “Bate, Bate” (they stirred hot chocolate!), and  “Diez Gatitos” (they counted ten kitties!). The kindergarteners have shown that they have a lot of talent and it was very brave of them to stand up and sing for their grandparents and special friends!

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