On Remembrance Day this year, one of our graduates told everyone that we must make Valentines for the soldiers who fought in the war. It warmed my heart to hear I. and her fellow graduates tell the younger children about this new tradition.
|Five Year Old I. With Her Valentine|
Last year we put a little poem in our cards. This year, we asked the children if there was something they wanted to tell the Veterans. Their genuine and heart-felt words brought tears to our eyes. Here are some of their messages.
|Five Year Old J.|
I feel bad about what happened in the war and I am glad that you are safe. - Five Year Old J.
|Four Year Old M.|
Thank you for being brave. - Four Year Old M.
|Four Year Old A.|
Thank you. You were so strong to fight in the war. - Four Year Old A.
|Four Year Old E.|
Thank you for letting us have our own space. - Four Year Old E.
|Four Year Old J.|
Thank you for fighting so I can have so much fun in my life. - Four Year Old J.
|Four Year Old O.|
Thank you for making the whole world safe. - Four Year Old O.
Thank you to our Veterans and to those who continue to serve and protect. We hope these Valentine cards bring you joy this Valentine's Day and remind you that we are thinking about you.
|Remembrance Day 2016 - Lest We Forget|