Like always, there were numerous activities going on throughout the entire day. The children keep to a busy schedule, rotating from one classroom to the next. Each day, transitioning from theater, to art, to dance, to music and so on is a way for children to get a taste of what each art form is like. To be exposed to all of the art forms is incredibly enriching and even more so when the children are able to express themselves whole-heartedly in the arts and do so in a bias-free, judgment-free environment.
To highlight a few areas that kids are learning- the younger kids in music have been singing songs and learning ones such as “head, shoulders, knees and toes” and discovering harmonies. Other groups got to demonstrate their own musical talents on the piano, as well as doing some improvising.
In the other classes, the kids continued to work on what they’ve been working on- reading through the plays, experimenting with new artwork, rehearsing dance routines, etc…
At one point during the day, one of the teachers asked a group of students, “did you have fun today?”, to which they yelled back, “Yeah!”. A win for Multi-Arts! It was a great day for everyone.