The 144 students attending Davie County’s 2019 reading camp celebrated their achievements with an end-of-camp “informance,” an informal performance solely for students to share what they have learned with each other. Students sang, danced, played musical instruments, read poems and reports, and shared their artwork.
Wearing masks made during art class, the second-graders performed a pirate dance to practice repetition and beat.
Mary Lynn Bullins and Theresa Carter’s third-graders shared what they learned about the Wampanoag, Comanche, Pueblo, Pomo, and Chinook tribes
Lori Culler’s third-graders shared a rhythmic reading of “Bear Weather” a poem using maracas
Third graders performed the “cup song” aka “When I’m Gone,” popularized by the movie Pitch Perfect. Rhythm plays an important role in reading fluency.
A Russian dance called “Sasha”
Camp Director, Jeremy Brooks, used first-grader, Noah Penland, as a ventriloquist puppet to explain
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