Father’s Day crafts are in the curriculum for, I’m guessing, every preschool in the country this week. Son’s school is no exception.
When I picked him up from school yesterday the teacher handed me their chosen craft, and it brought tears to my eyes as I read it. It also made me wonder why they used a foot stand-in because feet so large certainly do not belong to my little boy!
But indeed they do. They had to talk Son into taking off his socks, as he thought it would be a great idea to leave his socks on.
Click on the photo to see it larger – and be able to read it without granny glasses. It’s easy enough to make at home, so I encourage you all to steal this idea. We’re going to frame it.
And no, I didn’t miss the numerous punctuation errors and misspelling. Just another little thing that shouldn’t happen coming out of a school, and another reason I’m happy I decided that enough is enough. Son’s last day is Tuesday, and he will be going to another school this fall.
Still, this school has been a good experience for Son. It’s funny how well this project represents our experience of this school: sloppy and fuzzy, but its heart is in the right place.
June 14, 2008 at 8:18 pm
Awww. I think it’s adorable, grammatical mistakes and all. Besides…not everyone knows the difference between “its” vs. “it’s”. 😉
June 14, 2008 at 8:52 pm
It’s a cute gift!