Ok, Mrs. Dunspaugh - I have a question. How do you continue to have the best kids for me to write a song with? By the way, behind every great kid is a fantastic teacher. Just sayin. Now on with the song
The Lunch, Learn and Play program is a summer camp located in beautiful Salem, New York. I had the pleasure of taking a trip up there for the Reading, Writing and Rhyming Tour, and I certainly wasn't disappointed by the outcome!
This is the time that the Hillside Summer Camp in Niskayuna reserved for "Mismatch Day", where happy campers adorn themselves with- you guessed it- clothes that don't go together. (Wow, a group after my own heart!)
I was at the Bethlehem YMCA for the Reading, Writing and Rhyming Tour, brought to you by….(insert sponsor's name here - we don't have one right now -hint hint) . Anyway, this was a great chance to meet a bunch of real "Champs"
I've done it before and am prepared do it again! I bought a new tent and canteen, so I'm all set. (Just kidding - all I bring is my keyboard and recording device). Why? I want to write a song with campers and air it on the Sean and Richie Show!
The kids from Pinewood Elementary School had one thing on their mind – Phys Ed class. I think I can understand why. They had just finished taking very grueling ELA tests. Time to give them a break and have a little fun, so we wrote a song together
Spreading patriotism throughout the Capital Region - that's what we do here at Townsquare Media in association with the Reading, Writing and Rhyming Tour. Proud to be involved. This time it's the kids from Gardiner Dickenson School in Wynantskill
This was definitely a challenge, and I mean that in a positive way. I actually didn't sleep the night before worrying that I was going to fail miserably. How do you rhyme Spanish words when you don't know Spanish? GULP. Mrs. Gordon's class to the rescue!
I loved this spirited little group of writers and rhymers from the Bethlehem, NY YMCA. It was their summer camp, and it was raining cats and dogs, so they actually had no choice but to be in this room -LOL- but they were really patient and came up with a great song parody.
This was a special visit, as it was an invite from Griswold Heights Community Center in Troy in association with Phil Fusco and the Academy for Character Education at the Sage Colleges. Enough of the formalities - let's hear their Planet Song!
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