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NCES Holds 3rd and 4th Grade Lyrics and Literacy Night

By: Ellie Mady and Katelynn Scott

February 16, 2017

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On the night of Thursday, February 9, the 3rd and 4th graders performed four songs for their families that they had been rehearsing for several weeks. The program was directed by Mrs. Steinlage, music teacher, and Mrs. Bass, Spanish teacher.

The students began the program with the song The World is Ours, which is the Coca-Cola 2014 World Cup anthem. In this song, they featured some special lighting which they made with covered flash lights. They continued on with another fun song called the Hokey Pokey. Here, they sang the song in Spanish, which they had been learning all year from Mrs. Bass. Afterwards, they sang an African-American folk song called Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around. Lastly, they sang a song from a Walt Disney movie, Monsters Inc. called If I Didn’t Have You.

"The lights were out and it was completely dark, we got to use flashlights and it was really cool," said Marissa Koch, third grader.

"It was fun to sing for our parents and show them our work," said Cali Honeyman, fourth grader.

After the singing, the students and parents grabbed some cookies and then the students took their families to their classrooms, where they shared some of their projects. The 3rd graders showed snowflakes, Kansas posters, and weaving that they had been working hard on. They also shared Keynotes, Pic Collages, and Book Creators.

The 4th graders completed an interactive app-smashing activity with their families. They also showed a couple of art projects and presentations.

The 3rd and 4th graders did a great job singing and dancing and the parents really enjoyed seeing some of the things they had been working on in the classroom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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