What a splendid day it has been as we celebrated Literature Day at our Christian school. The air was filled with excitement and a deep appreciation for the wonderful world of books, as students from K4 to 5th grade took center stage. If you missed the Live-Stream or you couldn’t make it there in person, click below to watch the video of the presentation.
K4 – “The Smart Cookie” by Jory John and Pete Oswald
Our K4 students set the stage with their heartwarming reading of “The Smart Cookie.” In their innocent voices, they shared the wisdom of a little cookie navigating the challenges of a big world.
K5 – “What Kind of Bee Can I Be?” by Louis Efron
Next up were our K5 students who delved into the captivating world of bees with “What Kind of Bee Can I Be?” Their vibrant reading and charming costumes brought the story to life and left us buzzing with delight.
First Grade – “The Velveteen Rabbit” by Margery Williams
In the first grade, our students tugged at our heartstrings with their touching presentation of “The Velveteen Rabbit.” Their emotional connection to the story conveyed the profound themes of love and transformation beautifully.
Second Grade – “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl
Our second graders whisked us away to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory with their delightful reading of Roald Dahl’s beloved classic. Their infectious enthusiasm made us all feel like kids in a candy store!
Third Grade – “The Holy Bible”
The third graders embarked on a spiritual journey with readings from “The Holy Bible.” Their reverent and solemn performance served as a powerful reminder of the importance of faith and tradition in our lives.
Fourth Grade – “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum
In the fourth grade, our students transported us to the whimsical land of Oz, where we followed the adventures of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion. Their performance vividly portrayed the values of friendship and courage.
Fifth Grade – “Charlotte’s Web” by E. B. White
We’ve captured the essence of Our fifth graders closed the day with a heartwarming presentation of “Charlotte’s Web.” Their heartfelt connection to the characters and the story’s timeless message of friendship and selflessness left us all deeply moved.
We’ve captured the essence of this magnificent day through pictures and videos, and we invite you to enjoy these cherished moments: (more pictures to come)
Your words of encouragement and support mean the world to our talented students. Please share your thoughts and comments below. Let’s celebrate their incredible dedication and their bright spirits in the world of literature.
Congratulations to all our young stars for making Literature Day an event that will be etched in our hearts and memories. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and which performance touched your heart the most.