The AGE Preschool End-of-Year Celebration 2021
After a fulfilling year of accomplishments, AGE’s Pre-School students spent a day in celebration. They celebrated reaching new goals pertaining to cognitive, social, emotional, language, and physical skills. Building the foundation for their educational journeys, our approach to Early Education inspires a love of learning within our students throughout each academic year. Always building upon new skills, PS students explore and express themselves creatively, through meaningful learning activities and experiences. Acknowledging their self-reliance, their confidence, and their critical thinking skills after completing a fulfilling year, PS students excitedly receive their diplomas, signifying their success, ready for their next big step, Insha’Allah.
Despite the pandemic, students at AGE fully enjoy the blessings of the Holy Month of Ramadan. During this special month, our teachers create nurturing environments through fun-filled activities that foster the love for Ramadan.
AGE Preschoolers Earning Rewards in Ramadan
Earning the reward of Allah (swt) during the holy month of Ramadan begins as early with our Preschool students at AGE. This year, our preschoolers are learning about the importance of prayer, starting with learning the steps of making Wudu. In addition, they are actively accumulating their good deeds by participating in the PTO sponsored coin drive as well as gaining a thorough understanding of the significance of the crescent moon and its connection to our lunar calendar. They also created and illustrated their very own wudu books to take home. Through fun, hands-on activities our Preschool students are exposed to a myriad of meaningful experiences that they will carry on their educational journeys.
This year, Mother’s Day occurred during the month of Ramadan, and our PS class, in conjunction with all of their Ramadan activities, further used this opportunity to honor the sacrifices that mothers make on a daily basis. They lovingly made cards for their mothers and learned that their mothers should be celebrated every day. Ramadan serves as a month of fasting, prayer, spiritual reflection, good deeds, and constant Duaa (supplication) to our creator, Allah (swt).