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What Are You Thankful For? (Bell Hill Academy)

Tis the season to be thankful… so KNCO’s Paul Haas took a little while Wednesday morning to check in with some school children about Thanksgiving… One of the questions he asked is “What are you thankful for this year?”… some kindergarten students in Robin McFadden’s Class at Bell Hill Academy shared their thanks.

One little guy, DAngelo is aware of the drought…

Click here to listen to DAngelo

Three little girls, Natalia, Abby and Cadence were thankful for different types of food…

Click here to listen to Natalia

Click here to listen to Abby

Click here to listen to Cadence

One young boy, Niko, is also thankful for a certain food….

Click here to listen to Niko

Several children, Diego, Gabby, and Tiffany were thankful for things in nature…

Click here to listen to Tiffany

{Click here to listen to Diego

Click here to listen to Gabby

Gracie and Riley combined nature and fun…

Click here to listen to Gracie

Click here to listen to Riley

Graham is thankful he can help out his family….

Click here to listen to Graham

McKinley, Zoe and Resame are thinking of family…

Click here to listen to McKinley

Click here to listen to Zoe

Click here to listen to Resame

And little Sophia is just thankful for the holiday…

Click here to listen to Sophia

—-Paul also had a chance to ask a couple of older students in Ms Wivholm’s class at Bell Hill Academy…

Alek is thankful for family… and added someone else too

Click here to listen to Alek

Jonathan and Kalylie are thankful for their families too…

Click here to listen to Jonathan

Click here to listen to Kalie

And before leaving Bell Hill Academy, Ms McFadden’s kindergarteners wanted to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving in two languages!*

Click here to listen to Happy Thanksgiving!

1 Comment

November 29, 2014

Robin

This is so cute! Thank you so much; I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful!

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