Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Time for School

I know I have been absent from blogging for a couple of days but you have to give me a break because it is move in weekend at SDSU this weekend and this week is CRAZY!

Yesterday afternoon we went to an open house at Trevor's new school. He got to meet all his teachers, new classmates and was able to get famaliar with the surroundings and he loved it! Here are some pictures to give you an idea of what school will be like for him.
These pictures were taken before we left, he was so excited to wear his new backpack!
Here he is playing with his new friend Lexis.

This is the learning rug they sit on for story time.

He loves the sinks, they are just his size.

This is the structure table and this week the teacher had macaroni in it and next week it will be something different, it gets them familar with different structures!

He was concentrating so hard I caught him off guard, can you tell?

This is the area they sit at for snack time

They even have drinking fountains his size, he was pumped about that!

Even little potties!!

They also have a huge gym for the kids to play in when they can not go outside for recess, Trevor loved it so much he just stood there.

Dad, why do we have to leave????

Trevor stood outside and was very sad and did not understand why we had to leave!

The whole night Jon was showing Trevor the room and all the cool things because 3 years ago Jon built that huge addition when he worked for Waltz Construction so the rest of the night Trevor walked around "my daddy built this room"!


Jennifer said...

How exciting! Thanks for posting so many pictures. Everything looks really nice and Trevor's going to have so much fun!

Anonymous said...

Are you going to have to drag him out of there when the school day is over? I'm glad he is excited!
Great pictures...

Amber said...

Seriously, does a kid get much cooler than spikey hair and a pimpin backpack? I love it!!
And I have a feeling that all of the little girls are going to LOVE him!

Amber said...

Corey said:
Just like his dad...he LOVED being at school! Taking advantage of every learning oportunity. In fact, his dad loved school so much he was in college for 7 years!!

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