St. David’s Nursery School Children Give Thanks

Students embarked on the St. David’s tradition of making a special Group Soup with their classmates in celebration of Thanksgiving

The following story was provided by St. David's Nursery School.

Students in the 3 and 4-year-old preschool classes at St. David’s Nursery School are learning all about sharing as they embarked on the St. David’s tradition of making a special Group Soup with their classmates in celebration of Thanksgiving.

Each student was asked to bring a specific ingredient for the Group Soup and gathered to celebrate the varieties of foods for the season. From corn to beans, tomatoes to potatoes, all of the children contributed and participated in the making of this tasty, warm soup. The children also
sang songs including sign language showing appreciation and thanks for the gifts of food.

Each child enjoyed the experience and saw that when they come together and give a little, they can have a lot of fun.

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Rindy powell November 27, 2012 at 04:05 AM
What a sweet way to learn the real meaning of the holiday! So cute!
Stan Golovchuk November 27, 2012 at 07:33 AM
I couldn't agree more.


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