Saint Jude preschoolers create classroom of clouds

Cloud makers, from left, are Avery Hudak, Callan Cazee, Reba Fetterman and Grace Truax. - Submitted photo
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A common preschool practice is to dedicate each week of the academic year to a particular letter of the alphabet. This past week at Saint Jude School in Mountain Top, the focus was on the letter “c”, its sound, its shape, just about everything “c”. Students were introduced to the Eric Carle story, “Little Cloud.”After reading the book, they got a chance to try cloud making of their own. Students painted, squished and played with shaving cream clouds to reinforce what they had learned during their “c” week of fun

Cloud makers, from left, are Avery Hudak, Callan Cazee, Reba Fetterman and Grace Truax.
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