S Agnew: July 2020
When I was small I wanted to be a star... Jeanne Willis
During the sharing of the story of Stardust, our Little Wrens were inspired to think about what they wanted to be when they grew up. This is what they aspired to be...
" I want to be a nurse because I want to make people feel better with medicine. I am going to have some chickens and a bunny." Willow
" I want to be a princess because I'd like to live in a castle." Evie
" I want to help my daddy on the farm. I'll drive the tractors and live in the same
" I want to be a ranger because I like hunting for animals." Frankie
" I want to work in space, fly like a spaceman and do my computer." Libby
" I would like to milk and feed the cows. I'd like to make them better too." Zara
" I will be a hairdresser and then I can make hair pink and purple." Claudia
" I want to be a policeman. I want to keep people safe." Archie
" I would like to do a job that does teeth, a dentist. I think it would be fun." April
" I want to teach the big kids about animals like the black panther." Jesse
Let's hope they achieve their dreams!
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