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Summer Reading-Meet Creativity At The Library

Kay teacher, quilter, jewelry maker, fiber designer, and doll maker talked to the kids about creativity and thinking outside the box.
Mrs. Grimminger is Mrs. Rosheim's mom!

Sharing Mrs. Thormod's creative outlet...dancing!

Practicing the Cupid Shuffle!

Practice makes perfect!

Making bracelets!

Getting creative ourselves!

Bill Cardwell, Famous Liberty drum maker talked to the kids and teachers about his creative life. He has even made a drum set for Ringo Starr. The teachers and parents were very impressed...the kids not so much:).

Mr. Cardwell is Mrs. Jellison's (LC 3rd grade teacher) father!

Lots of questions following his presentation!


Nicole said…
I thought I saw a NE car in your driveway! It looks like a great day at Summer Reading. Sorry I missed it!

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