I told you that I would be back with more Easter extravaganza! What kind of blogger would I be if I didn’t keep up my end of the deal?
Now, it has been quite busy for about the past week. Last week in school, we had our Easter egg hunt and party. It was a party indeed. I think it was harder getting ready for this party rather than our Christmas party.
Homemade cupcakes by yours truly
At Christmas, you only have to worry about 17 presents. At Easter though, you have to worry about 204+ eggs that have to be stuffed and taped shut. Don’t let me fool you. I didn’t stuff them. I just had to make sure they were taped, and my ever-so-helpful aide reduced the amount significantly.
The hundreds and hundreds of eggs for the kiddos to hunt
At Christmas, we just have the party. At Easter, we have the egg hunt and then the party. It makes for a much busier time trying to get everything prepared and cleaned up.
Totally worth it though for my 17 babies!
In addition to decorating for Easter, we also added in some general spring decor.
I never in my life thought that I would enjoy teaching kindergarten as much as I do. For me, they’re just the right age. Even though some days can be tough with all of the little voices calling your name, it makes it worth it when you see them make progress and know they love you.
I hope you all had as great of an Easter as I did!
The flower chains and tulips are too cute! Those little ones are lucky to have Mrs. Langham as a teacher.ReplyDelete