Welcome to Nest, Preschool C!

Nest School for Whole Child Development welcomed nine charming, creative, and cheerful children back to school.

To start off the second week of school, Preschool C read “The Very Lazy Lion” by Jack Tickle and made their very own animal using colourful clays. Are you ready to take a glimpse of Preschool C’s animal creations?

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Sophia A. Quebral’s light blue bird

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Raphaela Therese D. Cruz’s yellow snake

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Daniel Dean C. Shipley’s orange monkey

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Mariska Rilo C. Kintanar’s purple snake

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Joaquin Thomas A. Yanga’s red daddy, baby and mommy snakes

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Dayne Mikaela P. Natividad’s pink bird

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Nathan Henry S. Lumauan’s gray and green snakes

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Ray M. Carpio’s brown flying dove

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Rafaela Nowel L. Dolar’s blue tiger

And those are the animal creations of our dearest Preschool C!

But wait, there’s more!

Here are the happy poses of Preschool C as they play with their favorite toys in school!

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Joaquin with the legos

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and Kaela with the baby in the cart.

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Rafee wearing the builder’s hat

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Dale playing with the colourful wooden blocks

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Rilo

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and Sophie playing with the kitchen toys

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Henry with the toy train

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DD reading the alphabet book

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Ray playing with the toy trains and rails

And that’s a day with Preschool C. Watch out for more fun learning activities with Preschool C here at Nest! We’ll keep you posted!

More Preschool C photos here but you have to be our contact on Flickr!

3 responses »

  1. teacher iam says:

    I miss my babies🙂

    They are all grown up na!

    Nice post teacher LA🙂

    Hope to visit soon!

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