Celebrating Holiday Traditions at St. Paul’s Weekday Nursery School

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Students at the St Paul’s Weekday Nursery School Holiday Party

 

St. Paul’s Weekday Nursery School recently held a traditional Story Tree Event and Holiday Performances with hot chocolate and holiday cookies for the students. Rev. Chris Wendell recited T’was the Night Before Christmas.

Student Groups performed 5 Little Reindeers Jumping on the Bed, Jingle Bells, and Reindeer Hokie Pokie.

Holiday magic included Story Trees inspired by the Concord Museum, with decorations based upon favorite stories Kipper, The Most Magnificent Thing, Pete The Cat Snow daze, Polar Bear Night and A Fairy Went A- Marketing!  Each class sat in front of their tree as a teacher read the book.

Socially distanced, the children sang, and performed holiday songs. A video of the performance was sent to all the St. Paul WNS families to enjoy.  Visit the school’s Facebook page to watch and share with your friends; it is there for all to enjoy.

There was music and laughter and fresh snow for the children who went out and played in it!

It is a wonderful time to be a child at St. Paul’s Weekday Nursery School in Bedford.

Trimming the Tree

Reading Stories

Guests

Grown-ups

And, COOKIES!

About St. Paul’s Weekday Nursery School/Preschool

St. Paul’s Weekday Nursery School Preschool in Bedford offers rolling enrollment, and is holding an Open House for Preschool and PreK through Kindergarten.

School is in session from 9 am until 1 pm, Monday through Fridays, with 2-day (Tu/Th), 3-day (M/W/F), 4-day, and 5-day (M-F) programs for students 2.9 – 6-years-old.

Schedule a tour, and come join the fun.

Please email Mrs. Leone at stpaulswns@gmail.com or call 781-275-1383.

Visit our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/StPaulsWeekdayNurserySchool/


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