Tuesday, April 30th was the performance for our pre-K, kindergarten, first, and second grade students! Our theme was Barnyard Moosical. Over a period of eight weeks, students learned songs about cows, pigs, chickens, and goats!
First and second graders worked on their reading skills by reading the words before we sang them. They did a great job reading and asking questions about words they didn’t know. They even got to learn about jokes in the songs such as “if you’re wondering where’s the beef, we’re right in front of you!”. The songs also have words with double meanings such as “if you try to hog the broom”, using the word hog to represent a pig but it also means keeping something without sharing! Pre-K and kindergarten worked on their call and response skills by listening to the teacher and echoing what she sang.
After eight weeks, students were able to put their skills to the test by singing in front of their parents! They were nervous but did a fabulous job. Thank you to the parents who support the arts by making sure your child was present at our performance and by being a great audience! I hope you enjoyed it!