girls, which quickly grew into a large group. I was in the special projects group and at the end when we did the song cotton eyed joe, Abbey, one of the students, had no idea how to do the dance, by the end of the song I was very happy to see that not only me, but her classmates worked with her and taught her how to do the dance correctly. The girls worked very well together and seemed to be very close friends, they danced together, knew when each others parents were coming, and if one left a game then the others would quickly follow. For our closing game I think it went well, especially for the first time leading here at St. Marys. Our goal was to keep it simple for the kids and something that would enjoy and didn't need to think about too much, and still kept busy and practiced running, hopping, and galloping. Both the boys and girls seemed to enjoy the game, song, and cheer at the end of their day. I am definitely looking forward to the next time we go back to St. Marys!
Here is what I observed in Lab 2