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Just Sing and Dance!

By: Savannah Engelken

By Engelken, Savannah

November 01, 2016

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      "Just Sing and Dance!" on Thursday, October 13, the fifth and sixth graders had their lyrics and literacy concert directed by Theresa Steinlage. The concert took place in the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School Gymnasium. The fifth and sixth graders sang three songs consisting of "Sing!" by Janet Day and Fletcher Sheridan, "Land of Liberty" by Rollo Dilworth, "Better When I'm Dancin'" by Meghan Trainor and Thaddeus Dixon from The Peanuts Movie.  Some of the students talked about the background of the song before they sang it. Some of the songs had actions to go with the lyrics. After the concert the students had the chance to take their parents to see their classrooms and have a cookie.

    The program mentioned what the students had been working on in their classrooms.  The fifth graders were working on their artwork, science projects, journals, and their Native American Shelters, which were displayed in the library. The sixth graders have been going to an online website to work on a Social Studies project called Curriculum Civilization Project. They also have been working on stream tables, descriptive paragraphs and name poems, Halloween computer projects, and much more! 

    The music teacher, Mrs. Steinlage, said, "The students in 5th and 6th grade seemed to really enjoy the songs for this year's concert! I think they did a fantastic job with the singing and movement! It was really fun to teach it!! "

    Fifth grader, Maggie Koch said, "I thought that the dance moves were very interesting and there were many errors but at the end of the night everybody in the stands were smiling."

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