meet Kelcie: Ready to Go!

     It is only March, but right now I am wishing it was May already! I have had so much fun and have learned so much myself while building my own lesson plan that I will get to teach to the children of Caminante, but now I am ready to get down there and do it. It has also been wonderful to see the other lesson plans come to life throughout the class and to see what great value they will be to the Caminante community. We are now at the stage where most lessons are finalized and complete or only a few minor tweaks need to be made. In the next few weeks we will be making all the materials that will be needed to facilitate the lessons, so bring on the glitter, crayons, and glue! As a college student, I know it will be great fun making crafts rather than writing papers. I hope the kids will enjoy it as much as I will!


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