Kristy Matthews, a teacher at Casa de Colores in Caldwell, leads story time at the Community Council of Idaho’s Head Start program. Matthews asked the preschool children to raise their arms and wiggle to add physical activity to their lesson.
Kristy Matthews, a teacher at Casa de Colores in Caldwell, leads story time at the Community Council of Idaho’s Head Start program. Matthews asked the preschool children to raise their arms and wiggle to add physical activity to their lesson. doswald@idahostatesman.com
Kristy Matthews, a teacher at Casa de Colores in Caldwell, leads story time at the Community Council of Idaho’s Head Start program. Matthews asked the preschool children to raise their arms and wiggle to add physical activity to their lesson. doswald@idahostatesman.com

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