A Day Just for Kindergarten Students

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With summer right around the corner, Brookhaven kindergarten students were excited to showcase what they have learned throughout the school year during Kindergarten Day. Each class dressed in specific colored T-shirts, like the colors in a crayon box, to match the theme of the day. 

Rotating through the classrooms, the students participated in activities that reviewed their graphing, Spanish language, color identification, direction following, fine motor and science skills in a fun-filled way. They graphed their favorite colors, played color and shape Bingo, drew a crayon box by following directions, reviewed their colors in Spanish and planted flowers in individual pots. Fine motor skills were also reviewed through activities which included shoe tying, a button sort, weaving and a ping pong grab. There was also a classroom and school assembly read aloud of author Drew Daywalt’s “The Day the Crayons Quit” and “The Day the Crayons Came Home” to match the theme of this special event. 

Principal Dr. Rebecca Raymond explained that even though the kindergarten students are having fun during the planned activities, Kindergarten Day was a review of the basic concepts and skills learned by the kindergarten class this year.