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First Weeks in Pre-K

Posted on September 30, 2010

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Saint David's youngest boys quickly settle into their new classroom, enjoying a range of engaging activities with their teachers and each other. A highlight during the first weeks of the school year is the hatching of baby chicks. The boys watch the hatching process and, with delight, observe the baby chicks'  first days of life! They will recall this experience as they learn about life on a farm. 

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