For her kindergarten project, she brought home Mele Mouse. A stuffed mouse that comes in a "suitcase" with her journal. It's very cute...all the children take turns taking Mele home and then journal through words and pictures about the weekend's happenings. Here's a few photos of Leah and Mele...
Mele and Leah (with her "I AM smiling nicely" smile)
In the Moscato aisle...not sure if we'll include this in the journal...ahem!
Waiting in line to get gas...Mele says, "Never wait til the last minute to fill up your tank with gas. You never know what "emergency" situation may come up"...like a Tsunami!!! (It took one hour) :p
Mele helping Leah practice violin.
Mari had a special 2nd grade program on Friday, "Families Are Forever". It's a compilation of their unit on Family. This whole year up to now has focused on "Family"--while incorporating history, math, writing, music, art... Grandpa Nishiguchi and Mari marched together when they recognized all veterans and active duty. Too bad Daddy is in Thailand.
What a wonderful program it was! I was teary-eyed and choked up through the whole program! (surprise, surprise...) The children and teachers did a fabulous job!
Ok, so where's the stamping? These are some samples from Founder's Circle...enjoy!
6 x 6 scrapbook page
a cute baby card
3 x 3 hello card
Another hello card
I like how the hearts look like petals...
I think this is my favorite...I apologize for the bluriness...
Okay, I have my Lemon Bundt cake in the oven to take with me today, now I must get ready to go! Thanks for visiting!