Over 30,000 Preschoolers Go Around the World in a Day
Dressed in traditional attire and toting paper fans, ukuleles and wooden clogs, more than 130 Primrose preschoolers from the Gwinnett County area will join over 30,000 children across the country in celebrating their unique cultures on Friday, September 28th. After studying several cultures for the past month, the children will participate in a costume parade, enjoy ethnic food and join hands to sing “It’s a Small World” as they celebrate and embrace the cultures they have learned about.
The students will perform the Pledge of Allegiance, share facts and songs from the various countries that they studied in September and join together with a friendship chain
“Children who have an appreciation for other cultures and traditions at an early age develop into caring, generous adults who love their community and respect others,” said Cami Nail, franchise owner.
Celebrating cultures is part of Primrose Schools’ Balanced Learning® curriculum, offered exclusively to Primrose families. The program includes character building components that teach children the importance of helping others and being involved in the community. In partnership with The Music Class®, an award-winning, international music education company, the Rhythm and Notes® music curriculum will compliment the Celebrating Cultures event by adding a rich library of music and companion classroom activities.
Primrose School of Five Forks preschoolers, parents, school staff and guest
Kelly Kautz, Mayor of Snellville
Friday, September 28th at 10am
Primrose School of Five Forks
3030 River Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30044