Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Kindergarten Sculpture with Toobers and Zots

My first day back at school was pretty good. And how about the fact that I am still awake beyond my bedtime! And making videos! Yea!

11 comments:

Julie said...

You know, I think at that age I would have loved using my imagination to create a specific thing like that! I still do! LOL.
Your job is just so much fun, Jan!!! I wish I could be your assistant! Did I tell you that after 30 years as an RN, I have applied for a job as a teachers assistant at a local middle school??? I am keeping my fingers crossed because I think I will really love it! I want to consider myself a RETIRED RN!!!

Julia said...

You have more energy than I do at this point of my life. I used to teach Kindergarten and loved every minute of it!

sallgood said...

Those look like so much fun!
(And glad to hear back to work is a good thing too.)

Pink Feather Paradise said...

Toobers and zoots....? they are fantastic... I don't think we have those over here.... well done you

x Alex

Sweet Virginia Breeze said...

I never heard of Toobers and Zots - the things I miss by not having kids. Looks like lots of fun.

Anas Rubripes said...

Oh I love the printmaking song! May I use it? I also teach elementary art and I have a great song for order of operations;

color, cut, glue glue
color, cut, glue glue
color, cut, glue glue
that's what we do!

It helps my kinders automatically know what has to happen on every project. That way I have no one trying to paint or color over a gluey wet piece of paper that just tears apart.

Snippety Gibbet said...

Anas.......Feel free to use any of my goofy tunes. I love your's and can't wait to add it to my repertoire. I have so many other ones. I'll have to video those too so I can share them. jan

Char said...

I can't see the picture. :(

LDH said...

Just stopping by to say hi and see how you are doing. Hope all is well!

Your Blogging friend, ldh

Blink said...

So fun! Do you think this is how Felix DeWeldon got his start?

jackie said...

I think playground equipment companies should consider hiring these kids. I certainly would like to play on giant size versions of their creations! Love the music with the video!