Join Mr. Vequain and his New Bern Teen for today’s Current Event.
October 16, 1923: Walt Disney and his brother, Roy, began Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio, which was later named Walt Disney Studios. This was the beginning of the world of Disney that we know and love till this very day.
With the basics of locomotor and acrobatic skills completed, we can now focus on our foot-eye coordination skills! Athletes need foot-eye coordination to dribble the ball in a soccer game. You or your parents use these skills to know which pedal to press when driving. And use it every day when you are walking to class and you don’t trip in the hall. Just like hand-eye coordination, foot-eye coordination involves the way that one’s feet and sight work together to be able to do things that require speed and accuracy. This is a very important skill that is used daily by everybody.
See how good your foot-eye coordination skills are by dribbling, focusing on where your feet land when running, or going through an obstacle course. If your foot-eye coordination skills are pretty good, this program could help you hone those skills and give you the opportunity to compete against others to see whose skills are the best! If these skills need work, this program will allow you to practice these skills in a safe, positive environment
Salt art at the carnival!
There are many ways to create salt art, but here is how it was done by Ms. Eliana and Ms. Oriana at the Dr. Ledyard E. Ross Unit: