The first is a calendar that was part of my child's President's day pamphlet. There are NUMEROUS and obvious errors with this calendar. (Examples: The arrow points to the second Monday, but the text describes the third Monday of the month. The days of the month are incorrect for February 2019. The calendar shows 31 days in February (literally never occurs). There are two February 15th dates on the calendar.)
The second is a cutting/pasting/coloring activity depicting our first and current President. The portrait of President Washington is in a general drawing form with a neutral expression. The portrait of President Trump is in a photo-based drawing where his eyes are half-closed and his mouth slack-jaw.
Whatever the political climate in our country, our children should be taught to respect our political system and elected officials. My child has come home multiple times indicating that President Trump is "bad" or an "enemy" - takeaways that are far beyond a Kindergarten curriculum. I doubt those sentiments are part of their instruction, but when I see imagery like what I described above, I question the partiality of the educational review material.
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