I Love You

I Love You

Happy Hands Classes

Education for a pre-kindergarten age student should encompass many experiences. Our learning will utilize music, arts, and literature. At Happy Hands we will sing, play, paint, color, read, and learn sign language. Class size will stay small (10 children max) to ensure I can give more one on one attention to each child.

We ask that the children be 3 1/2 or 4 years old and completely potty trained to attend class.


** Tuition is $65.00 monthly, due by the 5th of each month. There will be a $25.00 start up fee at the start of each semester to cover snacks and crafts.

** Our class schedule will follow the calendar of Safford Public Schools. The tuition will remain the same each month as long as we follow the Safford School's schedule. If I shorten the month due to my own illness or some other need, I will reduce the tuition for that month. If your child is ill or you are out of town, I will be happy to send home worksheets or activities to help your child stay current with the class, but tuition will not be reduced.

Class Hours

(week after Safford School starts)

Classes will be held Tuesdays and Wednesdays from
9:00am t0 12:00pm.

Classes will be held in my home, on Doyle Cluff Parkway, out across the river.

Helping Your Child Grow

My goal is to help each child be ready for the kindergarten experience. Readiness is not only knowing their ABC's or numbers, it includes being excited to learn and being able to handle new learning situations. I am looking forward to a fun and exciting year.

Contact Me

If you wish to enroll your child or have any other questions you can contact me on my
CELL PHONE 651-3057.
If I do not answer please leave a message and I will call you back A.S.A.P.  Thank you and have a wonderful day!

Letter P

This was one of my favorite letters. We had a Pirate Picnic. Pirate Pete had hid a picnic lunch for us and we had to follow our map to find it. (this is the kids making a pirate treasure map)

We looked high and low for clues...

We finally found the pirate ship covered in pirate flags and inside was ...

A PIRATE PICNIC !!! Pirate Pete had left us Punch, Peanut butter sandwiches, Potato chips

and gold coins. We had so much fun searching for the loot and eating our Pirate Picnic. We even took the ship out to sea after lunch :) Kids have the best imaginations....

Letter M

In May we learned about the letter M. What better way then a M&M graft. The kids had to sort out the different colors and count to see who had the most of each color. It was a yummy way to learn! We also did a Mother's Day craft. Making a pot full of beautiful and yummy flowers for mom.

Letter O

Learning about the Ocean was fun. We learned alot about Ollie the Octopus. Did you know an octopus has 3 hearts, or that they have blue blood. The octopus can change its color to blend in with its surroundings. They have 8 legs, the legs can re-grow if one is harmed. The Giant Octopus can lay up to 100,000 eggs! The octopus is very interesting but we decided it would not make a very good pet.

The DINO Dig

Letter D was a BIG hit as we learned about dinosaurs!! Each student made a Name-o-saurs. (that's a dinosaur that tells all about you) then we went digging in the sand for some dino fossils. Who knew dinosaurs use to live in Safford?? the kids loved digging up the fossils and then matching them to the right dinosaur.

Quilted Q

Just a fun craft we did with the letter Q. We made quilted Q by gluing fabric on the letter Q with Q-tips. We also went on a quest for the Queen! What brave knights I have.

Shape Carnival

We had a ball at the shape carnival. We made clown faces out of shapes and even had a real clown come and show us some tricks. ( My husband Matthew is the best, the kids LOVED him- look at the smiles :) The kids were given tickets to play 3 different shape games. With the tickets they won they could get their face painted, and get snacks. We had so much fun learning about shapes together.

L is for LUCK!

This was so much fun. We were learning about the letter L and it was just before St. Patrick's Day. As a class we decided to catch a Leprechaun. We made a trap for him and put out some gold. While we were outside playing Lem the Lucky Leprechaun came into our room and made a mess! We didn't catch him but he did leave some goodies for us. I hope we have better luck next year!