Deanna and Baby Kalel joined the Grade 5/6 class for our third Family Visit of the Roots of Empathy Program. The theme of this visit was “Caring and Planning for Baby”. Students enjoyed connecting with our family and learned about advantages and disadvantages of cloth vs disposable diapers. We also got to watch Baby Kalel demonstrate his new skill of rolling from back to tummy!
Thank you Deanna for braving the cold weather to share Baby Kalel with us!
Singing the “Hello Song” to Baby Kalel. From back … … to front! The foot finder is used to observe the baby’s reaction to locating his foot! Deanna comforts Baby Kalel when he expresses unhappiness at being on his tummy.
Baby Kalel tries the infant roll for the first time – this allows him to see the world from a new perspective! Singing “If You’re Happy and You Know It” to Baby Kalel. A moment to connect during the “Goodbye Song”.