World Down Syndrome Day

Preschoolers in room 9 celebrated World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st by rocking their socks all day!  The children wore mismatched or brightly colored socks to show how different we can be with still having so much in common.  We celebrated in honor of Nora Kazmierczak, who has down syndrome; she is the sister of our classmate Ben!  Through reading books and discussing our differences the children learned to be more accepting of others and most importantly to always be kind to one another!  It was a great day!

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About Carol Dougherty 24 Articles
In 2008 I started my journey here at St. Linus and have been loving every minute of it. I have spent my time teaching early childhood, specifically preschool the last few years. My love of reading is what led me to get my Master's Degree in Reading and Reading Specialist certificate. I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, and baking.
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