It goes without saying that I just LOVE a good parody song. This is a great example. Let's take Luke Bryan's "That's My Kind Of Nite" and change it to "That's My Kind Of School". Brilliant! And it was all their idea!
This was a very special edition of "Reading, Writing and Rhyming". Kids from Pieter B Coeymans Elementary created a parody of "Friends In Low Places", by Garth Brooks. Guess who got to hear the song? The "G-Man" himself!
I had a blast with the kids from Craig "We Can" School in Niskayuna. Mrs. Ladopoulos was kind enough to have me in on extremely short notice. Here's evidence that you can never be too young to write a clever song parody! This one's for Thanksgiving!
Did you hear that there's been a change to the Webster's Dictionary? If you look up the word "dedication", you now see a photo of this Bethlehem Children's School educator-extroardinaire, Brittany Pardi.
This was a first for me. I've had this in my head for a long time. Let's write a song with a small group in 1 hour (as usual), then have an assembly program later on where they sing their creation for the entire school (with everyone in the auditorium singing along!) This was my trial run...
A fantastic time was had by all – especially me – with Mrs. Roarkes fifth graders at the Yates Elementary School in Schenectady. They were more than kind – which coincidently was the subject of today's song for the Reading, Writing and Rhyming program.
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