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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Elephant and Piggie Part 2

While watching these videos, I do notice that it can be hard to follow the Elephant and Piggie stories when you can't see the pictures. This only matters to you, our wonderful viewers. We pretty much know all of the story lines and think that they are very funny. That is what matters - the crew enjoying some great books. So I will think about how to do this differently in the future but for now, it is simply important that we all have a great time with these books.

Another note: I decided to use headbands to indicate which character was which because it goes along with a story line from a Roscoe Riley book that we read. In that book, Roscoe's first grade class was putting on a show about bees. They all had headbands with bobbles on top to look like antennae. In the story, the headbands were too big for the kids so Roscoe puts Super Mega Gonzo glue on all of them to make them on. Unfortunately, this causes a big problem when all the kids try to remove the headbands. Our crew loved this story line and I thought that they would enjoy having headbands of their own. We did, of course, talk about how our headbands would not need any glue.

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