Many familiar stories that are told over and over again are treasures… and Gingerbread Stories have been told and retold many times with a different twist. From old versions to new… the Gingerbread Boy is timeless and for many a tasty treat!!
Through much discussion the girls discovered the following:
The girls have also been absorbed in making cookies, building Kitty Castles, sorting, counting, matching letters, writing and drawing, creating their own trees at the light table, painting and discovering peppermint rice .... they have been busy bees and full of Christmas Spirit!!!
We wanted to emphasize to our girls the true meaning of the season by giving to others and sharing their time and talent… also to be thankful for all they have in their lives such as…friends, family, shelter, food, and love. The girls have experienced delightful joy by creating a few things which definitely put a smile on many faces… making necklaces and cards for their friends was just the beginning….
…” Within a structured and nurturing environment, Hutchison encourages each student to develop a lifelong joy of learning, to sharpen her intellectual curiosity, to cultivate artistic expression, and strive for physical well-being” …Hutchison philosophy