Dr. King had a dream, we have dreams too!
We march for hours and carried signs and sang negro spirituals and chanted about freedom. It was exhausting and exhilarating.
We went to the March on foot but we saw a lot of people on buses and in cars, one guy even came on roller skates, it was really exciting. No one else from our school went so it was really important that we did.
For fifty cents we were able to buy a healthy and delicious sack lunch at the March on Washington.
Reflecting on the events of our historical day... It was quite an experience.
Relaxing after a long march and an amazing speech given by Dr. Martin Luther King Junior.
Eating lunch on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial... (in our collective imagination)
Enjoying our fifty cent lunch by the reflecting pool. ( In our collective imagination)
Busy and joyous... that's my class... keeps me busy and joyous as well!
The face of grit and stamina...
We finally earned new crayons.
Can we do this? Yes we can!
We are back... and yes we are ready to learn!
Identifying consonants and vowels and building complete sentences who knew that the roots of learning could be obscured by so much fun?