19 October 2009 by Carol
(Full screen looks best.)
Posted in Olla Podrida | Tagged fun | 6 Comments
That was cool. The boys really liked it. =) Very talented.
Yes, this is shadow puppets taken to a whole other level. Andrew, Hannah, and I experimented with hand shadows but all I remember making was a bird, a rabbit, and a horse.
Shadow puppets- way cool. I think I’ll show my students at school tomorrow. They’ll love it- I am probably opening a can of worms but that is okay, I like worms.
I like worms, too, literally and figuratively.
I think you better get the overhead projector ready for your class to learn how to do shadow puppets. 😉
My precal teacher showed it in class also, i loved it! i’m amazed every time i watch it. 🙂
I enjoyed this very much. It made me laugh out loud to see how realistic it looked to see Louis Armstrong singing.
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There has been wind
and earthquake, too;
followed by fire;*
he stood, fear-thinned,
encaved, to view
the holocaust expire.
You were in none of these;
Your still small voice next,
*1 Kings 19: 3-13
Ruth Bell Graham
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