Mrs. Sjoberg's 2nd grade students shined in the spotlight this week!
They learned what it takes to put on a successful production.
At first Mrs' Sjoberg admits she thought it was a lot for her students to handle at first, but they quickly became better once they gained a little confidence.
The students get a say in which parts they would like to play in the classroom plays, but these classic fairy tales have a spin on them. They're called "fractured fairy tales." For instance, "Little Late Riding Hood."
Mrs. Sjoberg says it's important to introduce her students to public speaking and enhance their reading skills. She also says being respectful of others, learning to wait your turn and being a good audience plays a part.
The students have been preparing for the production for a little over two weeks, even performing in front of other classes.
They all agree they can't wait to perform for their parents!
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