“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Everywhere you go
There’s a tree in the Grand Hotel, one in the park as well
The sturdy kind that doesn’t mind the snow”
Is that included in the list of your favorite Christmas songs? We are starting to hear Christmas carols once again. Our eyes sparkle along with twinkling lights and perfectly decorated Christmas trees. Our weather keeps getting colder each day reminding us that finally, it’s the Holiday season!
We all have different reasons to celebrate the season. We do our best to make a meaningful and wonderful celebration, don’t we? Most of the kids are excited, but for students with special needs, it’s often edged with anxiety. These are usually manageable when they are in schools with your care and expertise. How can we help the parents during the Christmas break? We came across this article from verywellfamily.com; we wish you can share with the parents of your students.
We are not affiliated with the blogger or organization mentioned in this article. Christmas season is such a wonderful time of the year worthy of a celebration. Whichever way we do it, we hope that the true spirit of Christmas – generosity, kindness, and compassion, reign in our hearts.