Saturday, November 01, 2008

Our Sasa

Here is our Sasa contribution for Tamaki Today's video. We chose the tiger because it is our class mascot and the chicken because McDonald County is the poultry capitol of Missouri.
video

Here is a Sasa made by Rubecca, Slendy, and Megan. They used the Macarena for inspiration.

video

8 comments:

Moli,Sabrina,Gaifo said...

Wow you guys you learnt the Sasa really well... Its great that you put your own animals in the Sasa... It was AWESOME good job.

From Moli,Gaifo,Sabrina
room06
Tamaki Intermediate school
Auckland,New Zealand

Lucy and Ana said...

Wow..you's were great..keep up the good work guys...and hope you have more for us to see..

thank you, Ana and Lucy
room 6, Tamaki Intermediate, Auckland, New Zealand

AME,MELE said...

WOW GREAT PERFORMANCE GUYS. YOU GUYS DID A WONDERFUL JOB AND HAPPY HALLWEEN GREAT COSTUMES....


FROM AME,MELE
ROOM 06 TAMAKI INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

Josh and Heke said...

FANTASTIC Sasa. you guys were AWESOME at funky animal sound effects.
keep up with the great work you've done...
Josh and Heke, Room Six, Tamaki Intermediate School, New Zealand.

Manaiakalani said...

Kia ora Mr C's class
That was a great job you guys did creating a sasa with your own flavour. I am looking forward to seeing how Room 6 use it for their global sasa movie.
Mrs Burt
Auckland, NZ

tamakitoday said...

I just wanted to say on behalf of my classroom, the teachers that I have shown at my school and also the community what an awesome job you all did. My students were in awe that a school across the other side of the world would learn a Sasa and it was espically important to the Samoan students in the classroom. Simply brillant. Thanks so much and we'll make sure that we make the final movie available.
Mr Webb on behalf of Room Six and
Tamaki Intermediate School
Auckland, New Zealand.

Wm Chamberlain said...

Thank you very much for your kind words. I know my students enjoyed doing the Sasa for you (even though most of them would never be caught doing the chicken in public.) Thank you for sharing your communities with us.
Mr. C

Miguel said...

You made great music!

From Miguel 45r

www.miguelsfolio.blogspot.com