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Another awesome show! You continue to surprise me everyday with the depth of your talents. Show #4 is already shaping into another great show. I look forward to class meeting today to see what ideas you have for your parts. I promise to take good notes –or is that Ben and Drake’s job this week?
Dear 100% Kids,
I just listened to shows number 2 and 3. Thank you for including jokes, serious news, and music all in one show. I am wondering how you plan your shows. Do you talk about ideas with your families? Do you talk about ideas on the playground? How do you decide what to include and what to leave for another day? I can’t wait to hear the next episode…show…segment!
PS I recently saw a news show about African Elephants, they really are in big trouble like you said. Did you read about the elephants that migrate from their safe wildlife santuraries and then poachers get them? I watched the show and thought about kids like you who want to do something. I know that it is possible to sponsor an elephant, but I have no idea how to do this! I think the zoo might have ideas, too.
Another wonderful installment to your informative show guys! Every week the entire class gets better and better. I really enjoyed the segment about the endangered animals. You almost made me cry! Looking foward to next week’s show and please keep singing songs each week. Your voices sound so joyous!!
100% Kids, what do you think of Sarah’s suggestion? I can’t remember if sponsoring or adopting an endangered animal has already come up in class. Maybe this is something to talk about at one of the class meetings. It could be one of the 100% Kids projects and would be a great form of social action to help create some space to contribute to changing the way things are in the world with regards to animal rights.
I had time this morning to listen to all three of your podcasts. Wow - you have done a great job! Everyone read their scripts clearly so that I could understand every word. I especially like the “knock-knock” jokes in the second podcast. I am really glad you decided to share your thoughts about animals in zoos. I love going to zoos, but often feel sorry for the animals, too. As a scientist, I know that it is important to have animals in zoos so they can be studied. It is also important for people to learn about these animals and the zoo is a good way to educate people. You make a good point and I agree we must make sure we have good cages so the animals will be happy.
I can’t wait to hear your next podcast. Keep up the good work!
Thank you for listening to our show. We want to sponsor all the endangered animals. We have lots of things to do this year, so we will eventually sponsor all the animals. We are going back to the zoo to talk to the zoo keepers about cages and animals. Please keep sending your ideas, questions and suggestions.
You guys are awesome. I am glad that you are exploring and sharing with us such good topics. I am very impressed that u all are working so hard for the zoo animals. And one more thing, you all sing very well. Keep singing and sharing your ideas with us.
WOW! I can’t wait to share your podcast with all my friends! I know they will love it and learn a lot. I did! The reports were very very informative, the music great and the jokes made me laught. I can tell you worked hard on all the topics. Keep up the good work.
Thanks and best wishes to some very smart students, Dorothy Watson