“May There Always Be Sunshine”: Student’s Versions

As we progress in our study of Russia, each of class has created their own version of the song “May There Always Be Sunshine.” They chose something that they enjoy or like and want there to always be. So many students overall focused on games: Minecraft, Skylanders, Legos, Angry Birds, and video games. It really shows how focused and so interested in electronics they are. Several of the older students really thought about things that we need in order to live. Below are pictures of them and their pictures as well as a board with each classes’ chosen words.

RocketsExplorersPenguins  Turtles Mustangs Giraffes










Each student made a picture of their word and we are practicing singing the Russian song and then our own version with the student’s ideas. It is a great opportunity for self-expression, creativity, and opportunity to work together to create ideas for each person in the class. They are excited to share and sing for everyone at our Russia Party on March 11th!

Turtles      GiraffesZebras  ChefsBearsWranglersRocketsPenguinsMustangsExplorers

About Hilary Yip

Music Therapy. Martial Arts. Rowing/Coxswain. Creative Movement.
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