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Summative Week













We finished the summative project Wendy started this week giving the children the opportunity to express and show their understanding of the unit of inquiry. All of the children I worked with chose to express through painting.

Julia, Chloe, Adyson and Natalya chose the  piece "African Tribal Orchestra - Sundown in Madagaskar." Julia called the group "The Madagascar Girls."  Chloe and Julia also sang while they painted. Chloe made up her own song while Julia sang "Rain, Rain Go Away."

Rocco was the only child to choose "Vivaldi - La tempesta di mare" to paint to.  
He said the music reminded him of Trinidad and that he missed Tobago.  









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