December 9, 2009

Pilgrims and Indians

This year's Thanksgiving brought us another Thanksgiving skit. This year Josiah was an Indian unlike last year when he was a Pilgrim but like the year before when he was a smaller Indian.

The Pre-K through second grade classes gave everyone an adorable rendition of the first Thanksgiving even demonstrating hunting and planting where a corn stalk spontaneously sprang up after the seed was planted and a bear skin suddenly appeared when the the Indians helped the Pilgrims learn to hunt.

This is an actual photograph of an early settler and an Indian solemnly walking and talking. Oh, wait. That's Josiah and my nephew, the Pilgrim!

Here they are again. Josiah used his favorite pose of stuffing something into his mouth for the picture.
You should have seen Isaac and the other Pilgrims dance the robot! It was great! My nephew does an amazingly good robot. You think I'm joking. I'm not. It's a true story. Pilgrims did the Robot; at least, our Pilgrims did.

1 comment:

Grandma said...

It was hilarious! What a great way to learn history (Whether it's exactly right or not).