what do preschoolers do best?

they laugh . they wiggle . they dance . they smile . they hug . they teach
they sing . they wave . they twirl . they shout . they cry . they hop
they know joy . movement . melody . love

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you are all invited to the annual Christmas music program directed by me
celebrating the season with over 50 children and the families and friends that love them

23 comments:

Cinner said...

They sound perfect to me. have fun. love the photos as always. hugs.

becky at abbeystyle said...

Oh, I KNEW you were a teacher! And now I know you are a music teacher...would so love to be there!

rachel awes said...

what a gorgeous invitation!
maybe most lovely invitations
into our lives are this magnificent, but we don't always know how to reveal the visual glory of them...
tamborining love to brilliant you!

mrs mediocrity said...

Sounds so wonderful, I want to be a preschooler again.

suehenryphotography said...

Sounds like you know those pre-schoolers very well. The description just perfect! I know your program will bring great big smiles on the faces of their families...and lots of puffy chests!

beth said...

lucky you to be able to play with those little ones :)

S. Etole said...

one of the best of ways to celebrate the season ...

MaggieGem said...

Lovely post... ah to be a preschooler where you can rejoice and enjoy all the joys of the season!

Gayle at Planet M Files said...

Oh my gosh, that will be such a fun Christmas program! Good luck to you and your students!

MaryAnn Ashley said...

They do know "joy" - my little one wakes up so happy everyday, singing, dancing - it brings joy to my heart.

Oliag said...

I would SO love to be there! I can't wait until my grandchildren are involved in something like the sounds of this...

emily wierenga said...

oh, how lovely. i wish i could be there. and i love the new header photos for your blog, and these black and whites are divine. (come over and share a glass of wine with me sometime, dear elaine) xo

spread your wings said...

i wish that i could come. i would love to see you in your element. i know it will be delightful.

Becky Shander said...

Music is magical. And I imagine immensely moving when there are so many little ones involved...enjoy your very special concert.

Tracy said...

Hi, Elk! How much I missed the inspiration of your place while we were away. We're now back from our Thanksgiving/USA trip--had wonderful time! I'm slowing getting to visiting and such though, as I've not been feeling too well in recent days--but getting there. Great to be catching up with you and back in blogland. The Christmas program sound such fun. We just now has two weeks of singing & dancing with our 2 yr old niece--priceless... :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))

Country Girl said...

You're the director of the music program? I did not know this! I am in awe. What a wonderful invitation. Wish I could come!

Lisa said...

This invitation has such integrity for the all aware and wonderful preschoolers. Love the realness and beauty in it.

Looking forward to the surprise tomorrow!

suzyQ said...

oh how lovely! preschool age is my all time favorite. i know the show will be wonderful!

maccandace said...

Lovely photos, sounds fun.

deb said...

those are incredibly lucky children

sperlygirl said...

oh, i love this. your words and these wonderful photos. i could here the giggles from your description - i have a preschooler, it's so true. xx s

puna said...

I really wish I could go.

smith kaich jones said...

well, phooey. i know i have missed it. and i would have come, yes i think i would have if i could have. preschoolers! i have been looking at christmas portraits of thousands of preschoolers for the last 10 days, singing, as a matter of fact, or pretending to, songbook in their hands. and in the middle of the busyness, the exhaustion, the achiness of my getting older body, i still look at their sweet happy faces and smile. and sometimes laugh out loud. the pictures of their innocence and joy gets me through the long nights. i would love to see your program. maybe next year!!

xoxo
Debi