James had some serious homework, with a serious deadline. We procrastinated a little but we knew what James was going to do, I was confident that I had the craft materials we needed, and we wanted a weekend night to do it.
James set to work. He didn't have a clear idea of what he wanted to do right away, but as it started to take shape he then had some ideas he wanted to implement in his diorama.
The kids were seated at their tables, with their dioramas in place. The kids did not have to make their presentations in front of everyone (like I thought) but instead it was open house style. We were asked to circulate in the classroom and ask the students to recite their memorized lines.
After we heard James' presentation a few times (for us and those around us) we started to drift around the room to check out the other kids' work.
Yule log on the classroom smartboard.
An obvious holiday lesson on the white board...
Happy Holidays to Señora Kennedy's class!