“Selam” from the T.R. Paul Academy of Arts and Knowledge Kindergarten Class!

Selam means “hello” in the Amharic language, one commonly spoken in Ethiopia where Nick grew up.

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Nick tells the kids where to sit

He got to share this information, and more, at T.R. Paul Academy of Arts and Knowledge , yesterday afternoon.

 

The Kids listened and joined in to the story, as Nick read his book, Helping in Action.

 

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Reading the book

 

 

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Hanging out with the kinders!

 

They enjoyed all of the artifacts Nick brought from Africa to share, and had a chance to ask Nick some questions about his life and his childhood in Ethiopia.

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Touching the African artifacts!

We are always grateful to the kindergarten teachers, Ms. Jenes, and Ms. Amott, for inviting us into their classroom.

   

 

Hope to see you again, TPAAK!

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Posted on November 18, 2016, in Awesome in Action, Books, children, community events, Fort Collins, Helping in Action - Book, learning, Local, students and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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