Sorry for the side track.
Today the weather was perfect! Sunny and about 75 with a nice breeze. We started the day by learning a little hula dancing that even the boys did willingly. Just as well because I had a video clip of a master hula teacher who is a male!We divided into 4 groups and went about making merry....
A little limbo...how low can you go????
A litttle clay crafting...swim fishy, swim.
They have to dry and we will paint them on Monday.
We made flower leis and got some from Anna's mom.
And the fruit kabobs they made to eat at the luau feast.
Our "chef" roasting the "pigs".
The table set up and ...
...the chow down.
And then we got out the water!
This is a favorite activity every year. I dump clear marbles into the water and they have to pick them up using only their toes. They hand them off to a partner who holds and counts for them. Then we switch. I do believe that some of them could use those toes for fingers if they needed to!
Did you notice the little guy beside her?
Ahhh...the delicious terror of it all!
So, the day ended with volcano cupcake snacks and a cute BackYardigans movie about a luau.
I am so tired.
I am going to bed.
Do I have 2 more days in me????
Oh, and once again, the teachers have as much fun as the students...
Everyone got their photo taken in front of the backdrop with the props...grass skirts for the girls and Hawaiian shirts for the boys...we made their photos into pins for them to wear.
Can you see how we made the piggies? See their little legs?