Sunday, May 24, 2015

All the Children of the World

International Day at our school is so much fun! We boast 50 nations now represented at our school. The kids get to come to school this one day in their native costumes and bring a treat for their friends from their home country.

Miss M dressed as a pioneer American.

Here's the darling K5 class!

Ecuador (I think she looks cuter than the costumes in the Miss World pageant!)

My handsome son represented Tennessee with a "Hey Y'all" on the front and a "Bye Y'all" on the back. And with no front teeth, he truly represented the hillbillies well.

The Korean girls have the sweetest dresses.

Here is sweet little Evie, who has become very special to me this year in my Bible class.

These kids are from Japan, Romania, USA, and Holland. Do you see Evie's wooden shoes?

Our mission statement includes a line about a respect for all cultures. International Day certainly gives us the chance to do that!


Tara G. said...

Love it!!!!

Anonymous said...

I love the pictures from International Day. I always enjoy them.


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