Thursday, June 20, 2024

Little Angels Preschool celebrates Moms


Little Angels Preschool celebrated the island’s mothers with a special program on the morning of Thursday May 7, at the Lion’s Den. Mothers joined their children and enjoyed activities like singing, poetry and more. Principal and owner of the preschool Mrs. Marina Kay highlighted the annual event’s program. “The children do small presentations; some poems, some songs, they dance a few songs and even play some games with the other kids and parents. In that way they show their appreciation to their mothers.”Little Angels Mother's Day Celebration-6
One of the most daring activities involved separating moms from their children, then testing how well they know their babies. After discussing with the children, the organizers asked mothers a few questions like their child’s favorite food, their best friend, or their favorite color and more. Of course, mommies passed with flying colors. This was followed by a dance with mothers and their children boogying to some good beats. According to Kay, the idea to have the parents on stage dancing with their kids is to show them what their children feel when they are up on stage. This partnership (parent and child) actually encourages the children to do well in their presentations, as it puts them at ease.

More fun, interactive games took place, and mothers were well entertained. At the end of the activities each child was given colorful cupcakes to share with their mothers, along with Mother’s Day cards that they had previously made. Principal Kay congratulates everyone involved in pulling off another successful Mother’s Day event.

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