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Transcript: hi hayden Parkour is not widely practiced in dedicated public facilities. Although efforts are being made to create places for it, some traceurs do not like the idea as it is contradictory to parkour's value of freedom.[34] Traceurs practice parkour in both rural and urban areas such as gyms, parks, playgrounds, offices, and abandoned structures. Concerns have been raised regarding trespassing, damage of property,[35] and the practice in inappropriate places.[36] However, most traceurs will take care of their training spots and will remove themselves quickly and quietly from a public place if asked. One of parkour's values is to respect people and places as well as helping others. One of the first campaigns to preserve this sort of philosophy is the 'Leave No Trace' project, stressing the importance of training safe, respecting the environment and the people around you.[37][38][39] Concerns have also been raised by law enforcement and fire and rescue teams of the risk in jumping off high buildings.[40] They argue that practitioners are needlessly risking damage to both themselves and rooftops by practicing at height, with police forces calling for practitioners to stay off the rooftops.[35][41][42] Some figures within the parkour community agree that this sort of behaviour is not to be encouraged.[41][43][44][45] Parkour is not widely practiced in dedicated public facilities. Although efforts are being made to create places for it, some traceurs do not like the idea as it is contradictory to parkour's value of freedom.[34] Traceurs practice parkour in both rural and urban areas such as gyms, parks, playgrounds, offices, and abandoned structures. Concerns have been raised regarding trespassing, damage of property,[35] and the practice in inappropriate places.[36] However, most traceurs will take care of their training spots and will remove themselves quickly and quietly from a public place if asked. One of parkour's values is to respect people and places as well as helping others. One of the first campaigns to preserve this sort of philosophy is the 'Leave No Trace' project, stressing the importance of training safe, respecting the environment and the people around you.[37][38][39] Concerns have also been raised by law enforcement and fire and rescue teams of the risk in jumping off high buildings.[40] They argue that practitioners are needlessly risking damage to both themselves and rooftops by practicing at height, with police forces calling for practitioners to stay off the rooftops.[35][41][42] Some figures within the parkour community agree that this sort of behaviour is not to be encouraged.[41][43][44][45] Parkour is not widely practiced in dedicated public facilities. Although efforts are being made to create places for it, some traceurs do not like the idea as it is contradictory to parkour's value of freedom.[34] Traceurs practice parkour in both rural and urban areas such as gyms, parks, playgrounds, offices, and abandoned structures. Concerns have been raised regarding trespassing, damage of property,[35] and the practice in inappropriate places.[36] However, most traceurs will take care of their training spots and will remove themselves quickly and quietly from a public place if asked. One of parkour's values is to respect people and places as well as helping others. One of the first campaigns to preserve this sort of philosophy is the 'Leave No Trace' project, stressing the importance of training safe, respecting the environment and the people around you.[37][38][39] Concerns have also been raised by law enforcement and fire and rescue teams of the risk in jumping off high buildings.[40] They argue that practitioners are needlessly risking damage to both themselves and rooftops by practicing at height, with police forces calling for practitioners to stay off the rooftops.[35][41][42] Some figures within the parkour community agree that this sort of behaviour is not to be encouraged.[41][43][44][45] Parkour is not widely practiced in dedicated public facilities. Although efforts are being made to create places for it, some traceurs do not like the idea as it is contradictory to parkour's value of freedom.[34] Traceurs practice parkour in both rural and urban areas such as gyms, parks, playgrounds, offices, and abandoned structures. Concerns have been raised regarding trespassing, damage of property,[35] and the practice in inappropriate places.[36] However, most traceurs will take care of their training spots and will remove themselves quickly and quietly from a public place if asked. One of parkour's values is to respect people and places as well as helping others. One of the first campaigns to preserve this sort of philosophy is the 'Leave No Trace' project, stressing the importance of training safe, respecting the environment and the people around you.[37][38][39] Concerns have also been raised by law enforcement and fire and rescue teams of the risk in jumping off high buildings.[40] They

Space Themed Show Choir Show

Transcript: Fortissimo 2020-2021 Costumes SHOW CHOIR SHOW DESIGNED BY:BARBARA HOLSCLAW THE BASICS GROUP: FORTISSIMO DIRECTED BY:BARBARA HOLSCLAW i CHOREOGRAPHY BY: ELANA DANIELS Competition Schedule Part 1 Competitions Schedule Part 2 Jan 15- Mount Zion Midwest Invitational Illinois Jan 23- Twin Lakes Show Choir Invitational Indiana Jan 29- Northrop Classique Indiana Feb 13- Carroll Classic Indiana March 5 Churubusco Show Choir Invitational Indiana March 13 Garret Railroader Rush Invitational Indiana Show Theme: OUT OF THIS WORLD Show Theme Song Selection Opener: Counting Stars By One Republic Second Number:NASA By Ariana Grande Ballad: Drop of Jupiter By Train/Rocket Man by Elton John Transition: Fly me to the Moon By Frank Sinatra Closer: Space Jam By Quad City DJ Song Clips Song Clips in Order of Show 1. https://youtu.be/hT_nvWreIhg 2. https://youtu.be/-_aGvdfLTKY 3.1. https://youtu.be/Hm3RCcIlAzw 3.2 https://youtu.be/6Uje4RDymuQ 4. https://youtu.be/ZEcqHA7dbwM 5.https://youtu.be/J9FImc2LOr8 Girls and Boys Costumes and Footwear First Costumes Second Costumes Prices in Depth for All Total Prices for ALL Basic Start Total Cost: $31,924.55 Basic Prices Choreography: $1800 Competitions:$900 Music:$2832 Costuming:$20843 Song Choices in Depth Starting Point of Project EXPENSE ITEM: TOTAL COST CHOREOGRAPHY: $700 COMPETITIONS: $1,800 MUSIC LICENSING: $1,680 MUSIC ARRANGING: $600 COSTUME #1 $6,900 COSTUME #2 $1,500 FOOT WEAR: $1,254 TOTAL EXPENSES: $14,434 Theme- Space Opener- Counting Stars One republic Second- NASA ariana Grande Ballad- Drops of Jupiter Train/Rocketman Elton John Transition- Fly me to the moon Frank Sinatra-sped up Closer- SpaceJam Music Prices in Depth 1. Counting Stars- Choice A-101.25 2.NASA- Choice A- 179.55 3.Rocket Man/Drops of Jupiter-Choice B-560 4.Fly me to the Moon- Choice A - 225 5.Space Jam- Choice A- 177 Total: 1152.55 Costuming in Depth Detailed Costuming Total For all: $20843 Girls Only:$11339 Boys Only:$9504 Girls Per Person Costume 1:$220 Girl Shoes Costume : $25 All Girls Total: $5635 Girls Per Person Costume 2:$220 Girl Shoes Costume 2: $28 All Girl total:$5704 Boys Per Person Costume 1: $175 Boy Shoes Costume: $63.23 All Boys Total: $5479 Boys per Person Costume 2: $175 Same Shoe All Boys total: $4025

Space themed textile lessons

Transcript: Design and make tie-dyed material planets and sew around the edge using wool. Lesson 1: To practice threading a needle with wool and sewing skills. Lesson 2: To plan and design individual planet and tie-dye material. Lesson 3: To use sewing skills to sew wool around the edge of their planet shape. Progression of textile lessons from reception to Year 3. Based on the book 'Winnie in Space' A whole school topic leading to a final display board in the hall. We chose to do the topic of textiles to improve fine motor skills, to learn about different materials and because it is a fun activity that all children can contribute to. Space themed textile lessons Reception Paint and decorate a star and weave around the edge Lesson 1: To explore what happens when mixing colours, to choose paint colours for a purpose Lesson 2: Experiment with texture and decorations and to decide how to assemble materials Lesson 3: To use a hole punch effectively and to be able to weave string or ribbon through the holes Year 1 Make weaved rockets and use marble ink to create the rocket top Lesson 1: to be able to weave with ribbon through card Lesson 2: to be able to use marble ink and create a design and to be able to draw and cut around a triangle shape Lesson 3: to use the skills that they have learnt in the previous lesson to create a larger rocket as a class Year 2 As a school the work of the children will then be displayed as a scene from the book. Year 4 would design the wand and her spell book - they would actually make the book (write their own spells) Year 5 would design the background, the moon. Year 6 would design Winnie and her cat. Year 3 Design and make a alien robot hand puppet using felt that is sewn together Lesson 1: Be able to design their own unique alien robot, listing resources and labeling materials Lesson 2: Be able to cut out the all the component parts needed for their hand puppets Lesson 3: Be able to sew together the front and back of the hand puppets together and add features using glue

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