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Ms. Felderman’s students -
I listened to both your podcasts today. They were very enjoyable and informative. I can tell you have improved - you must be practicing more before you record. That’s what I have to do as a storyteller — practice, practice, practice. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, ideas, songs, and poems.
Hoy disfrute muchisimo del podcast pus ya nos llega en dos idiomas,quisas hay otros idiomas que los ninos de 100% kids hablan y nos pueden ensenar a decir hola,adios,buenos dias o algo parecido en otros idiomas.Gracias y que continuen con el trabajo maravilloso que estan haciendo.Luz Gomez
Vivian sent me your url. I’ll bet it’s great to work with her and her husband.
I listened to your March podcast today and tried to imagine if each of you are in the pictures at the top of the website. Are you?
I’m glad that you want to change the world. It sounds like you’ve got a good start! Thanks especially for writing your songs and singing them. I love to sing; in fact, my car’s license plate says “YES SING”. I think if more people sang their own songs to each other, the world would be a better place. Do you think that would make a difference?
You were really smart to broadcast in two languages. What a great way to change the world! I’m just beginning to learn Spanish, so I was excited when I could understand some of that part of the show. Thank you.
I’ll be back to your website to see what you’re doing next. Three cheers for 100% Kids!
Another great week! I agree with many of the comments above about how you just get better and better with your sharing of ideas. I can’t wait for our class meeting today to figure out this week’s show.
Thank you for your compliments and comments. How do you know Vivian? We know Vivian because Mrs. Felderman is our teacher and she is friends with Vivian.
We are all the kids in the banner. We need to add two new friends to the banner because two new students came. Also, Drake was left out by accident.
We think songs can make a difference sometimes and sometimes they cannot. Some think it just won’t work. Some of us think that it would make everyone happy. It is just like talking so we can tell people stuff with songs. We need to think about that more. Thank you for helping us think about this.
Thank you Dorothy. We decided to do some shows in Spanish also because there are a lot of the kids’ families in our class speak Spanish. It is only fair to have the show in English and Spanish don’t you think? We hope you keep listening Dorothy.
Mrs. Conroy we are glad you like the jokes. We have fun practicing them and writing them. The jokes give our listeners a break from some of the serious stuff we talk about.
Thank you for listening Ms. Muldoon’s and Ms. Bernard’s classes. If you have ideas for a show please tell us.
It was very interesting learning how you raised money to go to the zoo! Now I know all about making posters! You’re smart and hard working kids! Keep up the good work. It was fun hearing your stories in both English and Spanish. I laughed at all your jokes, and now, thanks to you, I have some new Knock Knock jokes!!
Keep writing, joking, sharing and singing! Thanks for helping save the world.