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Friday, May 19, 2017

Nepali students from ADL come and share with 1st grade class!

At our last Green Mountain Sing, 5 Nepali students from ADL came to Hiawatha and shared a greeting game and a Nepali dance with Mrs. Pepin's first grade class!  They first visited Mrs. Pepin's music class in March.  They came in their beautiful clothes and performed the dance, and then they taught the first graders some of the movements.  It was wonderful to see the connections being made!   Together we worked to figure out the Nepali words to one of our Hello greeting games.  They returned in May and we practiced again to be able to perform for this past Green Mountain Sing.  They all did a wonderful job!

                                     Performing the greeting game

                      "Namaste, tapailai, Kosta Cha" (Hello Everybody)




                             Performing the dance to "Nepali Children's Song"














Our ADL friends dressed for the performance!


Practicing in the music room with our ADL Nepali friends!

Showing us the dance


Learning the dance together






 "Namaste Tapailai  Kasto cha" ( Hello Everybody)




Saturday, April 22, 2017

Royal Kings and Queens on our Royal Bee Celebration Day!




On Tuesday, during the Royal Bee Celebration Day we had some very royal 

Kings and Queens.


Mrs. Harvey's class shared the dance "Kings and Queens" at our Royal Bee Assembly

Then, in the afternoon, our Kindergarten classes also did the Royal "Kings and Queens" dance down in the music room!













                                              A very Royal Day indeed!




Friday, April 7, 2017

Mrs. Furniss' Class Brings Joy to the Senior Citizens!

This past Wednesday, on April 5, Mrs. Furniss' class shared songs and dances with the Senior Citizens at Maple Street Park.  The students did a great job and the Seniors really enjoyed having them!


Singing  "There's a River Flowing in my Soul"


Singing the African song, "Si, Si, Si"


Singing the African song, "Tuta enda Africa"




The Japanese song   "Atama Katashowing "atama"  (head)


The Japanese song "Atama Kata" showing "hana" (nose)



 

The dance "Blarney Pilgrim"


through the arch




through the tunnel!



The dance "Sasha"



Swing your partner in "Sasha" 


After we demonstrated how the dance went, 

we then found partners with a Senior!




Being partners with our new Senior friends!











Singing  "America the Beautiful" with the Seniors to end the program



Friday, March 31, 2017

Musical Petting Zoo a Success!

 A very huge thank you to the many parents and grandparents who came and helped out with the Petting Zoo.  We could not have done it without you!  The students were very excited and it was wonderful to see their enthusiasm as they tried the different instruments.