May Day is celebrated as a holiday to celebrate workers throughout Europe, as well as a holiday to celebrate spring. In Finland the day has taken on a carnival-like spirit with funny hats and costumes. This is especially true for children. The English Classes enjoyed their own take on this merry holiday with our very own colourful punk teacher, Ms. Anu, leading the way.
English Class first and second graders created these awesome portraits of themselves blowing up balloons for May Day. We would like to take this opportunity to wish our readers, families and follwers all over the world a very Happy May Day!