Chinese New Year


In Social Studies students listened to stories about Chinese celebrations, ate fortune cookies on their Chinese placemat, made a fortune cookie to share with their family,along with making a Chinese banner. Natalie Cesarz proudly holds her banner. Gung Hey Fat Chow!

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About Marilyn Lehnerer 11 Articles
I started the St. Linus Preschool back in 1978 and never left! I moved to second grade in 1994. In 2000 moved down to first grade where I am currently teaching. I am fortunate because teaching is my true passion! This is my favorite classroom saying: "Each day is a gift so open it with a prayer." Go Hawks!
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