Writing thank you notes

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In preparation for the visit from our fire fighters, the children took time to write the fire fighters a thank you note…

Firefighter thank you notes by Teach Preschool

One of the problems in writing thank you notes before the firefighters came to visit is that the children didn’t exactly know what to thank the fire fighters for. So we just invited the children to draw a picture for the fire fighters of something they thought the fire fighters would enjoy…

Firefighter thank you notes by Teach Preschool

Those little paper firetrucks on the table were for the children to take home and hand their mom or dad. They were reminder cards designed to invite discussion or simply serve as a reminder that the fire fighters were going to come to preschool the next day…

Firefighter thank you notes by Teach Preschool

Our Prek students prepared their thank you notes and pictures and then were invited to say something about their picture that we could document for them…

Firefighter thank you notes by Teach Preschool

Every thank you note had its own unique message…

Firefighter thank you notes by Teach Preschool

Our preschool students were also invited to create thank you notes for the fire fighters.  After creating their notes, they took the time to fold their notes up to place in our envelope…

Firefighter thank you notes by Teach Preschool

A simple time of drawing, dictating, folding, coloring, and showing kindness to others for the kindness they were soon showing to us…

Firefighter thank you notes by Teach Preschool

Thank you Fire Fighters!

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

Every time I think I know everything I need to know about teaching young children, God says, "Hold on a minute!" and gives me a new challenge.

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