I am so incredibly proud of this group of children! Both performances today were amazing, with the second one being even better than the first….which I didn’t think was possible! They projected their voices, delivered their lines on cue, and sang their little hearts out.
Below are a few snippets…
And of course I have to share the bright costumes…
Angel Fish and Rainbow Fish
Barracuda, Wise Octopus, Little Blue Fish
Angel Fish, Yellow Fish, Orange Fish
Pink Fish and Sea Star
Lobster and Red Fish
Jellies and Green Fish
Thank you all for your support in helping your child learn the lines! What a wonderful day!
The preparations for our spring musical play are in full swing! The costume pieces have arrived.
Students will use these blank canvases to create sea stars, lobsters, purple fish, yellow fish and more! Tomorrow students will begin the process by dying their clothing items. Accents will be added once the clothes have dried. Students will have full creative control over their own costumes…..so far they have requested that I provide felt, glitter, rhinestones (Does anyone have a Bedazzler? 🙂 ) and more! I can’t wait to see how they turn out!
We ran through the play several times this week. It is obvious that students practiced their parts during Spring Break. Thank you! The Rainbow Fish extravaganza is coming together nicely because of this!
This musical play does a great job incorporating our Swooper Citizen character traits. I asked students to name the traits that are included in the play, and they listed friendliness, courage, kindness, sharing, gratefulness, and generosity. Perfect! I can’t wait for you to see it!
When I was in elementary school I strongly disliked packed lunches. Soggy sandwiches, warm lime flavored yogurt (ick!), dry pretzels…..you get the idea. As an adult, packing my lunch, and three others, continues to be a sore spot each day. So I went looking for some inspiration.
Parents, I am impressed! The lunches you pack your child are beautiful and healthy! Below are some pictures I took during snack recess…so some of the food items have already been eaten.
What’s even more impressive is that your children EAT what you pack. The amount of bell peppers I saw was incredible!!
So, how do you come up with different food combinations to pack? I’m looking for ideas….please leave a comment on the blog and share with others the healthy snacks you pack and any time saving tools you use. I (and others!) would very much appreciate it!