Our day began like any other. We worked on fine motor skills, built with blocks and worked on an art project.
Mid-morning we were treated to an exciting visit from a trick roper! He demonstrated his roping skills, lassoed a few kids and even tied me up (yes, hands, feet and all!).
While we waited for all the classes to arrive he tried to lasso our feet and tickled us with his rope to show us it was soft and nothing to be afraid of.
Then the fun began as he spun his ropes around and around, jumping in and out of the circles. The boys and myself were amazed!
Then the trick roper asked for a volunteer! All hands shot up, but one of our own Owls was chosen to stand still as the roper twirled the rope around him. Very exciting and brave!
The demonstration concluded with each class coming forward to stand still in a large group as he lassoed them and twirled the rope around them a few times. We had three brave Owls decide to stand up for our class.
The boys truly enjoyed the show and are all are ready to Rodeo! Next week, we look forward to Cowboy Day and the Chuck Wagon Lunch!
Here you will find little snippets of our days together. When my children were in preschool and would come home I would always ask, "So, what did you do today?". All they ever said was, "Played." That didn't tell me much. I hope this blog will be a place to share what we have done and help you ask more directed questions of your child. You will see first hand just what we do after you kiss your little one goodbye in the morning. It will also be a great place to visit and see just how much your child has grown and learned throughout the year.