Our First Presentation On The Road

On Friday, May 21st we had our first on-the-road school presentation at Myrtle Point Elementary School, OR.

We pulled up to the school in the rain and met the teacher, Margret, outside. The students saw us through the windows and 20 smiling faces filled the panes. They had the look of curiosity and excitement.

The class had prepared for our arrival with a sign on the door.

 We greeted the class and introduced ourselves.

We greeted the class and introduced ourselves.

Then we did some warm ups, exercising inside for once:

We tried out the camp chair, and everyone approved:

We had a cafeteria lunch and realized they offer root beer milk these days.

 We had a cafeteria lunch and realized they offer root beer milk these days.

We had a cafeteria lunch and realized they offer root beer milk these days.

There were a total of 3 presentations on Friday and all the students were engaged.

We stretched and twisted.

They looked at environmental problems and suggested solutions.

It is quite possible 3rd graders are the best group to teach

We had been warned by the teacher the students were a wild bunch and that they’d hang off of us and love us to death.

We were not let down and hopefully they weren’t either.