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TLC Younger's Animal Day!

March 2012

As you know, each week last year the TLC youngers had a different "color themed" day at school where the younger students and their teachers got together on the Tanberg to have some share time! Since the schools started running out of colors to celebrate they decided to mix up the themes and try something new!

 

The first "new" themed day was... ANIMAL DAY! Pure TLC genius!!

 

There was almost 100% participation at the Monhegan School for animal day!

The kindergartner was a kitty.

The teacher was her dog, Millie

Millie was a bunny.

And the sixth grader was his dog, Stanley (even though I think he looked more like a French Poodle!!!)

 

That is one cute bunny!

 

Look at all those crazy animals on Cliff Island! There was a dragon, a hippo, AND a bunny!

 

No matter how much they deny it, I think the older TLCers loved theme days just has much as the youngers!

 

During their share time the kids got to share any special stuffed animals that they brought to school that day! This little one on Cliff was showing off her special pink kitty, with the super long tail!

 

And look! Lamb Chop even came to the TLC Animal Day! 

 

 Some of the Islesford students' got the chance to share their special animals!

 

Ut oh... there was one animal who was obviously sick of dressing up for animal day!

 

Poor bunny!

 

Take a look at all of the great animal songs, poems, and tounge twisters! It was a great share time!!!

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