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clouisesz, United States of America

clouisesz

(or Connie) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 3 years (1,153 days).
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About Connie...


I am a preschool teacher in Batavia, IL. I am so lucky to be one of those rare people that truly loves their job. Postcrossing has become a big part of our classroom's daily routine. We read with excitement every postcard we receive. We love hearing about who you are, and what you do. You could tell us what you do in your job or your spare time. Postcards of any kind are fantastic, anything you think a 4 and 5 year old child would like is a good choice. We are trying to collect all of the Vetch Flower Fairy Alphabet, we only need K, O, Q, R, and S. We would like to start numbers as well. And we have recently discovered Rudolf Koivu, a wonderful children's book illustrator,Mainzer cats, and Molly Brett postcard.

If you love making cards we would love to receive them. Postcards made from food packaging of your country would be awesome, we could compare them to our own labels.

I also enjoy receiving postcards just for me, especially if you are finding me from a forum. I don't have to take every postcard to school, but as with my students I love reading about you.

If you would like to write to one of my students please go to:
https://forum.postcrossing.com/viewthread.php?tid=116094#pid8570974
We would love your help with this project.

I am also a member of the Monthly RAS(Random Acts of Smileness) for Charity. If you are interested here is sight address,
http://forum.postcrossing.com/viewthread.php?tid=98105

Here is another site shared by postcrossers who want to send cheer to children
http://www.sendkidstheworld.com

Happy Postcrossing
Connie