Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Anubis

Thomas' class is studying ancient egypt.  A few weeks ago they had their class assembly.  Thomas played Anubis, god of death.  




He was, predictably, awesome.  Below is one of the musical numbers where the class builds the pyramids.  Turn your sound way up.  More.  Ok, lean in.  Ready?  Here you go:



Sorry about the poor sound quality.  Something's wrong with the speaker on my phone.

Here is another Thomas poem:


In Emmett'c class, each child takes home the class stuffed animal, Floppy the dog.  Then you write a little journal entry about what you and your family did with Floppy that night.  The kids draw a picture or illustrate the text with a photo.  This time we illustrated Floppy's adventures with a photo.

In this picture he is battling a lego man mounted on a robotic dragon.


I never did hear what the class thought of our Floppy entry.

2 comments:

Kathy B. said...

What a great post. The God of death building a pryrimid. And I loved loved the poem Thomas wrote. He has rhythm

arthur and maggie said...

We built this city! We built this city on rock n' roll!
Great song choice by the director there. Also like how she tried to keep that pyramid in order...not very rock 'n roll of her!