She did great e-learning, however, and loved reading, science and math homework. The teachers and staff really did a nice job in coming up with creative ways to keep the kids engaged. She had an end-of-the-year nursery rhyme skit (There was an Old Woman who lived in a Shoe) that we did virtually and a video that her teacher put together that we all got to watch. She also made a COVID-19 time capsule, research and wrote a book report on horses, and had a drive by for teacher appreciation week where they made signs and waved to her teacher.
After her last day we headed up to the cabin (which has been a good distraction to the end of the school year and gave us something to look forward to that seemed to be more normal than the last few months). She's also looking forward to summer camp at OLG so hoping to see some friends again soon.
We're so proud of her accomplishments this year as she met new friends, learned to read, loved learning math and playing at recess.
So proud of Maeve! Her first year of school is already over. I know this seems impossible to her parents, but Maeve's school years will go by very fast! I hope that she loves all of them as much as she did kindergarten. Grandpa and I love you, Maeve.ReplyDelete