The Andrew Muller Primary School recently held an outdoor kindergarten Nursery Rhyme Parade. Students in kindergarten designed and decorated their own colored aprons with their families. These aprons represented nursery rhymes being discussed in class, including Jack and Jill and Humpty Dumpty. During the parade, students teamed up with classmates who illustrated the same nursery rhyme to create a visual storytelling collage and connect with other students. The parade was the culmination of the first kindergarten unit of study in English Language Arts which includes; reading, writing, listening and speaking.
This event was part of an ongoing District initiative to engage students in classroom material in an interactive, hands-on way.