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Mustard Seed Nursery School Olympics
Games highlighted by visit from bronze-medal winner
Izzy Geesling, 5, shares her Olympic cookie with friend Arya Cotten.
Jumping, sponge archery, ribbon twirling and mini golf should be sporting events in the Olympics, according to the youngsters at The Mustard Seed Nursery School.It’s never too early to teach children about the Olympics, the world's premier international sports and cultural event. The 2016 Summer Olympics are currently in full swing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and will last until closing ceremonies Aug. 21. According to Mustard Seed owner Sheila Boyd, they believe in teaching to the whole child, and that includes helping them to be strong and competitive.“The Olympics lesson is time appropriate, and we wanted to help them understand what is going on in the world,” said Boyd.