Heres some pictures of the process and the outcome:
|'Monday Boy' wants a bicycle|
|Kevin: The most enthusiastic child you could wish to meet!|
Kevin wants a soccer ball
|Ardellio: Charismatic lil chap!|
|This Kid is great, awesome student and pretty hilarious. Last week he came in with a jumper that had a face thats mouth opened and he began to eat everything on my desk! |
He wants a notebook and Santa wants a pie.
|Mischievous little fella|
|"Love Corey Teacher" apparently was meant to say |
"I love Corey Teacher."
|Amerikid: The Secret Spy.|
I also had a few cards given to me:
At the end of each class some students began to worry how Santa would get their letters or cards and I decided they should place them under their pillows Christmas Eve and Santa could read them. I took the cards in, placed them in a bag with Santa on and told them I would send them. To be honest I didn't expect any of the students to 'believe' in Father Christmas so I was a little unprepared for such childlike wonder, it did make everything seem all the more glorious!