May 4, 2017 News
May 4, 2017 News
Two preschool children in Bay Farm's Heron Room show how they created world maps by pin punching each continent into its proper location. This geography activity teaches the children the names and locations of the continents, and the act of pin punching helps them develop the small muscle groups needed for learning to grip a pencil correctly in preparation for writing.
Tickets are now on sale for Bay Farm's production of Disney’s The AristoCats Kids. The students have been rehearsing since January to put on fabulous performances of this heartwarming musical. The AristoCats Kids is a fun, feet-tapping show that is sure to bring smiles to the audience. This feline adventure features lively music with a jazzy beat, including the Disney favorites, "The AristoCats", "Scales and Arpeggios", and "Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat".
Performances are Thursday, May 11th at 5:00pm, Friday, May 12th at 7:00pm, and Saturday, May 13th at 7:00pm. Tickets are available in the Office for $10.00 each. Performances usually sell out, so please get your tickets early.
The costumes and make-up are integral to Bay Farm's production of The AristoCats, as is depicted in this photo of cast members from the 2013 production.
During the month of April, two Bay Farm middle school students performed lead roles in the recent production of The Lion King at The Company Theater in Norwell. Cristian Sack (below left) played Scar and Charlie Solari (below right) played young Simba in the story of Simba’s journey through the dangers of the African savannah. They gave unforgettable performances!
Bay Farm's yearbook, Perspectives, is a culmination of the activities that your children have experienced this year. Every classroom is featured and includes a page of candid photos. Students delight in seeing their friends and teachers and reliving the many, fun events. Order forms for purchasing the yearbook are available in the Office and or clicking here.