Our topic work on Thursday focused on another good deed – that of being polite to others and using what we call magic words such as sorry, please and thank you.
Sometimes it is not easy for us to say these words most especially when we don’t understand if what we did might have been wrong.
The children watched this story called Saying Sorry which shows the importance of such an important word.
We all discussed how we feel when somebody does something to us like snatching a toy, or pushing us and that person does not say sorry.
We also mentioned that we cannot say sorry without meaning it.
For instance, “okay sorry now give me the toy!”, to get what we want.
Saying Sorry Song –
Please and thank you were mentioned as well. These all form part of good manners.
So the good deed for the long weekend is saying sorry with meaning if we do something which is not quite right!
A gentle reminder for all those children who have to get 1 non-perishable item for the needy on Monday 11th December, list is as follows:
If possible those children who were sick during the week bring their food item as well.