Dear Mr. President…

Pre-kindergarten students at Kinderberry Hill in Edina shared their wisdom and suggestions with President Barack Obama in letters they wrote for National Handwriting Day.They participated in the second Mail to the Chief on Friday, Jan. 11, coordinated by Handwriting Without Tears, a company that makes handwriting easy and fun for children.<br /><p class=As part of the project, the Kinderberry Hill students also learned about what it means to be president and what the president does on a typical day.
Excerpts from Kinderberry Hill students’ letters:
“Thank you for helping animals. How is your dog doing?” -Leo, 4
“I hope every kid can go to a good school.” -Helen, 4
“You’re cool.” -Sophia, 5
“I voted for your because you make good rules.” -Myles, 5
“Please plant more trees.” -Zoe, 5

A pre-kindergarten student at Kinderberry Hill in Edina writes a letter to President Barack Obama. (Submitted photo)" src="http://current.mnsun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/ed24SCpresident.jpg" width="620" height="465" /> Pre-kindergarten students at Kinderberry Hill in Edina shared their wisdom and suggestions with President Barack Obama in letters they wrote for National Handwriting Day.
They participated in the second Mail to the Chief on Friday, Jan. 11, coordinated by Handwriting Without Tears, a company that makes handwriting easy and fun for children.
As part of the project, the Kinderberry Hill students also learned about what it means to be president and what the president does on a typical day.
Excerpts from Kinderberry Hill students’ letters:
“Thank you for helping animals. How is your dog doing?” -Leo, 4
“I hope every kid can go to a good school.” -Helen, 4
“You’re cool.” -Sophia, 5
“I voted for your because you make good rules.” -Myles, 5
“Please plant more trees.” -Zoe, 5
(Submitted photo)

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