The pre-schoolers of the day care center Little Sun People, Inc., held their annual Kwanzaa celebration on Friday in the auditorium of P.S. 93.
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of witnessing a Kwanzaa program, I guarantee you: This is the cutest one going in Central Brooklyn right now.
Three- and four-year-olds had story lines and dance moves memorized, a very impressive feat (disciplining a group of 3-year-olds is like trying to hold water in your hands).
But the organizers of the event pulled it off beautifully, offering a perfectly beguiling picture of Kwanzaa and its significance to African-American culture.
“This is one of Brooklyn's best kept secrets,” said one commenter on Yelp, about Little Sun People Day Care. “Our son loves his violin, has been writing sentences and doing basic math - and he's not even 5 yet! The teachers are warm, caring, extremely knowledgeable, and they love their students.
“Our son looks forward to school each day and rushes to tell us the new words he learned, about the experiences he had and the otherwise fantastic things happening in his world at LSP. He is well on his way to becoming an avid reader and we owe a great deal of thanks to the brilliant leadership at LSP.”