Sacred Heart Middle School eighth grader Cate Perakslis spreads her wings while she and her classmates performed with Dallas Chief Eagle II during an assembly at Sacred Heart School’s Link Auditorium in Yankton Friday. Chief Eagle, who is a recognized master of the Lakota Hoop Dance, worked with Sacred Heart students throughout the week asContinue reading “Spreading her wings”
I love this video. “We live in a world where differences are all around us. Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in these differences, especially when we see them in the people that surround us everyday. MattyB believes that everyone deserves the same thing: love. It’s not always popular to love someone and embraceContinue reading “True Colors – Accepting Each Other”
LED Hula Hoop Birthday Party with Cara Zara. The party finishes with a spectacular show that looks like live painting with colorful lights and movement.
The 5 P’s for Hooping Newbies by Shea Brock From Hooping.org Recently I had the pleasure of having some of my hoopers stop me after class to comment me on how “fluid” or “graceful” my hooping appears. They wanted to know why it looks at times like I am barely moving while hooping, while theyContinue reading “The 5 P’s for Hooping Newbies: Hooping.org”
“Life must be lived as play.” – Plato This quote, attributed to the ancient Greek philosopher, is profound in its simplicity. When coupled with the unattributed quote “Kids make no separation between fun and learning,” we begin to see the profound potential that play holds as a learning modality. Why would one of humanity’s greatestContinue reading ““Life Must Be Lived As Play””