The hours and minutes and seconds are counting down to the big day: COUNTRYFEST. I've been watching everyone around me running around this building like it's Christmas time. Anxiously preparing for show time and it got me thinking...
This is such an interesting little school with very creative kids. I had an absolute blast helping these students create a Christmas song parody ( although they didn't need much assistance from me - they did fine by themselves, thank you very much). Results below.
Boy, I have to say I'm batting 1000 this year with the classes I've had the privilege of visiting . This one was no exception. I always have a great time with Mrs. Trainor's classes at the Menands School. And the kids? They only had two things on their minds, it seems…like everyone else. STAR WARS and being kind. Put them together and what have you got? A great song parody.
Once again, another fantastic experience! You have to be there to totally feel the good vibes that happen with this school program (no brag, just fact..) This time I visited Ichabod Crane Elementary, and they were ready to JAM!
There are some top-shelf teachers in the Capital Region. I think I've visited all of the elementary instructors in my 20 years of doing this program. When you look up "top-shelf" in the dictionary though, Jamie Pink's photo will definitely be there! Here's another example of a great song that came out of her classroom.
This was a little game we played today on the Sean Richie and Bethany Show. I asked kids from Yates Elementary School in Schenectady what their favorite Thanksgiving food items were. We then asked a listener if she could "read their minds". Here's how it went down. This is cute
Boy, this song couldn't have come at a better time considering the state of the world as we know it. I always have a great experience at Yates Elementary School in Schenectady. This song came out so well - I think it could be used as a jingle for something! Take a listen
Don't worry - the kids will get the meaning of the headline above. You see, Crosby Elementary has a very special "ROAR" program. It's rules that kids have to follow in the classroom and in the school. Each letter stands for a different word. You'll understand when you hear their clever song below!
This is so cool. I had the chance to visit Mrs. Bennett's kindergarten class at Van Schaick Elementary in Cohoes. Coincidentally, Mrs. Bennett is the teacher's name. MY kindergarten teacher was Mrs. Bennett too (but that was 57 years ago) LOL Be that as it may, here is the kids' song!
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