How I am using your donated items

I have asked/requested...nagged (?) some of you to look at our wishlist here, and donate any items that you can from the list. I wanted to, and hope to continue to show you how your donations are being used in our dayhome. I can't note every single item that has been given to us, but I just have to say that we (the kids and I) are thankful to you!

Here are some items that we received recently, and how we are using them:
  • cute little flower pots- the kids collect 'stuff' in them
  • wine corks - gardening, plant labels
  • flowers for planting 
  • musical instruments for circle time
  • felt for birthday crowns - i now have enough felt to make each child a birthday crown. 
  • we have also used paint for painting day
  • old shirts as smocks on painting day
  • mortar & pestle - to grind herbs etc, and crushing ingredients
  • a huge mason jar for our smoothies
  • and of course the numerous toys that have been given are always being used
  • also, thanks to the parent who picked up our patio set for us - the kids have already enjoyed some meals outside, and, hopefully there will be many more to come :)
We just want to say thank you for the time you put into our program and activities.
Please don't forget to check the list, just in case you are throwing something out that we might be able to use.

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