Seabury School is about 200 feet above sea level, so we get pretty excited and hopeful when snow is forecast for the higher hills of the Puget Sound area. This year we had a few flakes as we celebrated our December traditions of gift making, gift wrapping, and merrymaking including the annual lower school Snowflake Breakfast hosted by the Ladybugs and the Bumblebees.
Wrapping up our gifts we made for our families--give each student a paper bag,
throw out some ideas, make a trip to the MakerSpace and voila, one-of-a-kind gift bags.
We are so proud of our melted tissue paper candles.
Each turns out so colorful and unique.
We found some gingerbread people buttons--score!
Thanks Mom and Dad for all you do!
One of the older students read a holiday book to us at the Snowflake Breakfast.
Mmmm, pancakes hot off the grill
A seat for each student/so many helpful parents
So much to eat!
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!!
Thanks to all the parents who brought food
and helped make piles of pancakes.
It definitely is that most wonderful time of year
of giving and serving.
Have a great winter break and see you next year!