Monday, May 23, 2011

Fourth Grade school productions

Every year each grade has a musical.  Sometimes Zachary has a speaking part, sometimes not.  This year he had a pretty good part!  And he had to be a pioneer man.  The play was all about the settling of the west.  Very nice history here.  Anyway, they found a coonskin hat for him to wear and we had a leather vest with fringe.  I thought he looked pretty cool.  Of course I would!05-17-11 Zachary school play 28 05-17-11 Zachary school play 03 05-17-11 Zachary school play 04 05-17-11 Zachary school play 06 05-17-11 Zachary school play 08 05-17-11 Zachary school play 10 These shadows you see are are heads in front of me.  They really could have moved for me!05-17-11 Zachary school play 17 05-17-11 Zachary school play 24Wonderful!

Two days after the play Zachary had another opportunity to shine.  The fourth graders had a Wax Museum.  Each student was a famous person in Texas history.  They had people I had never heard of and some that we all have heard of.  Zachary was George H. Bush (you know, Daddy Bush).  The students had to memorize a short biography and speak it like those figures do in some museums.  “Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen.  My name is ---.  I was born ---  “ etc.  Very very good.  They had four classrooms filled with personalities.  We were very very impressed.  Wish I had videoed part of it.

Presenting George H. Bush…

05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 3Very serious for the speech…IMG_0825 05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 1 05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 2  Ma Ferguson (aka Jacklyn Vaughn)05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 4 Charles Goodnight (aka Austin Torres)05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 5H. Ross Perot (aka Braden Pohlmeier)05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 7 They are growing up way too fast!

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Fourth Grade school productions

Every year each grade has a musical.  Sometimes Zachary has a speaking part, sometimes not.  This year he had a pretty good part!  And he had to be a pioneer man.  The play was all about the settling of the west.  Very nice history here.  Anyway, they found a coonskin hat for him to wear and we had a leather vest with fringe.  I thought he looked pretty cool.  Of course I would!05-17-11 Zachary school play 28 05-17-11 Zachary school play 03 05-17-11 Zachary school play 04 05-17-11 Zachary school play 06 05-17-11 Zachary school play 08 05-17-11 Zachary school play 10 These shadows you see are are heads in front of me.  They really could have moved for me!05-17-11 Zachary school play 17 05-17-11 Zachary school play 24Wonderful!

Two days after the play Zachary had another opportunity to shine.  The fourth graders had a Wax Museum.  Each student was a famous person in Texas history.  They had people I had never heard of and some that we all have heard of.  Zachary was George H. Bush (you know, Daddy Bush).  The students had to memorize a short biography and speak it like those figures do in some museums.  “Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen.  My name is ---.  I was born ---  “ etc.  Very very good.  They had four classrooms filled with personalities.  We were very very impressed.  Wish I had videoed part of it.

Presenting George H. Bush…

05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 3Very serious for the speech…IMG_0825 05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 1 05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 2  Ma Ferguson (aka Jacklyn Vaughn)05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 4 Charles Goodnight (aka Austin Torres)05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 5H. Ross Perot (aka Braden Pohlmeier)05-19-11 Zachary wax figures 7 They are growing up way too fast!

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