The year has been whizzing by, and we're all getting involved in term 3. This is always a busy term for me as a lot of schools have their productions and also their poetry and speech presentations. I've been out and about working with children as they get ready for both. I had a lot of fun with the junior school this week at St Peter Chanel, and was really impressed by some of the questions the children asked me.
Last night Les and I drove into the country a little way to Te Kowhai School for their speech and poetry evening. What an awesome night we had with so many talented students sharing their work. I was the judge, haha 'Judge Judi' was in action, and it wasn't easy choosing the winners. But I really enjoyed listening to so many amazing, well researched speeches. While there, we discovered we were going back into lockdown at midnight, so they were lucky with their timing.
Coming up, I have four more schools I'm working with, but we need to see what happens with lockdowns. It's pretty exciting, as they're all doing one of my productions. How fantabulous is that! There's 'Cinderfeller Hits FIeld Days,' 'The Mystery Of The Tomo,' and 'Break'A'Leg.' I get so excited when I see what the children have been working on, and how they portray the characters I created.
I've also finished a new Christmas production, 'Santa Gets An e'Sleigh,'. It's a lot of fun when poor Santa's new e-sleigh runs out of power over New Zealand.
Don't forget my Youtube channel. I have a few poems. for littlies and you older kidlets as well.
Here's the link Youtube.com/channel/UC174DZI0aLXx7WMzZNYTDTw?view_as=subscriber
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Saying of the moment
'Actions speak louder than words.'
Do you know what this means? I love sayings and finding out where they first started.
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Judi B and Les and Rosie