Winnie the Pooh KIDS Play: Getting Ready

Audition | Rehearsals

To prep Melody for the play, we pretty much found all our Winnie the Pooh books around the house to read. We also checked out a few Pooh-related DVDs from the library as well. She was so excited every time she saw a bee in the book or DVD…trying to get into character, you know. :p

All ready to watch The Big Piglet Movie. Note: There are teary-eyed moments. Have tissues handy, esp if you have sensitive little girls.

Two years ago, she chose Pooh’s Grand Adventure for her summer reading game prize. (We also found the VHS at the Friends of the Library and got that for $0.25. :p)

The DVDs we watched….plus one episode of My Friends Tigger and Pooh – How I Say I Love Roo. We’ve watched The Tigger Movie many times before and we ran out of time, so that’s not on the list. The Book of Pooh was different and cute. Note: There are teary-eyed moments in Pooh’s Heffalump Movie. Have tissues handy, esp if you have sensitive little girls. 😉

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Some Pooh books that we have at home:
Pooh Has Ears by Ann Braybrooks
I See The Sun by Nancy Parent (one of Melody’s favorites when she was little)
Pooh’s Grand Adventure – The Search for Christopher Robin
Let’s Inves-Tigger-ate! by Bonnie Brooke
The Tigger Movie
Sweet Dreams by Ronald Kidd
Look Before You Bounce by Ronald Kidd
Winnie the Pooh’s A to Zzzz by Don Ferguson, Bill Langley, Diana Wakerman

Coming up next…Week of Insanity!

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5 thoughts on “Winnie the Pooh KIDS Play: Getting Ready

  1. Your little ones are precious and I enjoyed reading about your “bee” and her part in the Pooh play. We’re in our first year of CC (found you on the CC blogroll) and, after 7 years of homeschooling using another terrific curriculum, I must say that CC is what our family has been missing. As the years have rolled on, we found our children needing more accountability and positive peer pressure. For me, the mom, the community of support from other moms who are literally “on the same page” in their hs journey as I am, is so beneficial.
    Btw, I lived in San Fran many years ago, for a year (Burlingame) while working at the airport. I consider it a blessing to have experienced life there and it remains one of my favorite cities. We vacationed there about 4 years ago with our children and it felt sooo good to return. I especially enjoyed taking them to Muir Woods and Conzelman Rd, just across the Golden Gate bridge. What an amazing view as you continue way out along Conzelman.
    Enjoy your year with CC. Maiking the blogroll rounds, I’m sure I’ll check back from time to time.
    Blessings,
    Toni

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