First-graders learn about Valentine’s Day

Pictured in Ms. Nicole Stabler’s class, Sierra Brooks, Bryce Cooper, Chole Gatlin, Bella Hadley, Sarah Little, Maison Long, Adian McVay, Karter Mitchem, Hayden Mooney, Trinity Moorer, Wyatt Parker, Harley Roberson, Cole Smith, Layla Smith, Gabe Stump, Delan Troyer and Brantley Vinson

Children in Ms. Nicole Stabler’s first grade class at Perdido Elementary created many unusual Valentines boxes. Students showed off their creativity with designs of everything from traditional Post Office styles to Valentine Owls, guitars, ‘shooting houses, alligators, and Minions.

Students in first grade completed many activities for Valentine’s Day. First-graders were asked to make a Valentine’s Day box at home and surprise their classmates with their creative ideas. They also made cards to exchange with their fellow classmates. What can you turn a Hershey Kisses wrapper into? Ask a first-grader. They turned their wrappers into unique things and made masterpieces on paper. As a follow-up, the students, being inspired with the special day, wrote about what they thought love is.