My family celebrate a really Big Day, recently. My oldest graduated from Kindergarten! The past school year has been full of all sorts of ups and downs with sick days, new friends, exciting field trips, and tons and tons of learning growth. It has been absolutely amazing to watch my son grown over the school year and see him really become his own person instead of a young child like my other little boys still not old enough for school. It was so much fun to see him at his Kindergarten Graduation where his class performed a couple of fun songs and then were presented with a graduation certificate. As each child went through the arch and collected their certificate the teacher read off what each child said they would like to be when they grow up. My son’s reply…
“When I grow up I want to be a worker at Disneyland”
We all loved his response and the crowd laughed at his unique reply! But the day wasn’t all fun and laughter, some tears were shed, too. I’ll admit I teared up watching the slideshow of pictures from throughout the year and remembering back on the days gone by. It’s truly amazing how quickly time flies. My son was really emotional, too. He loved going to school and told me he will really miss his teachers and want the same teachers again next year! You can see it on his face below, sad and teary eyed! It makes me smile to see how much he enjoyed the year and really loved his teachers who did a fabulous job with him this school year.
Big Day Summer Filled with Fun!
Now that school is out, and summer is in full throttle, you may have lots of big day plans coming up to keep you busy and having fun together as a family this summer. Whether that be a family vacation, a day at the park, or preparing for back to school, keep your kids fueled with a filling and nutritious breakfast! Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats are loaded with fiber and nearly a day’s worth of whole grains in just a one bowl serving!
Looking for ways to keep active this summer? Check out these great suggestions offered up by Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats in the May issue of Scholastic Parent & Child magazine.
- Backyard obstacle course
- Neighborhood dog parade
- Nature scavenger hunt
- Build a backyard teepee
Arts & Crafts
- Paper plate sundial
- Marshmallow and toothpicks buildings
- Hand and foot print flowers
- Sidewalk chalk drawing
What Big Day will your family be celebrating in the next few months?
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