Monday, October 19, 2009

Do you know Russian folk tales?

video

20 comments:

Nathan said...

That was a funny story. My headphones don't work to well so i couldn't understand much but great job.

Oscar said...

I really enjoyed watching the video.

Harichy said...

this is a cool video i realized that they are dressed like Asians that's pretty cool.

Alexis said...

I like the video. that would have been a pretty big turnip and hard to pull out of the ground. Great Job!

jojojo said...

that was really funny even i was laughing about it

Jorge said...

I think that you guess were really good actors. I think that it was really funny when the leave ripped.

irving said...

I enjoyed your video the mouse also looked funny when he was pulling.

Graciela Irene said...

That was a nice puppet show. The characters looked cute and worked as a group.

Graciela Irene said...

That was a nice puppet show. The characters looked cute and worked as a group.

Scott said...

That was an interesting story. Good Job

Yazmin said...

I love your folk tails.

Jose said...

I liked your folktale it was funny but still good. It also had a nice video

NZWaikato said...

I don't really know Russia Folk Tales before this but I liked the way that everyone helped to pull the turnip! Team work looked to be very important and that was good. I loved the way the students enjoyed putting this together!
Mr Webb, Room 8, Melville Intermediate, Hamilton, Waikato.
New Zealand.

!!J*e*s*s*i*c*a !! said...

That was cute story i liked it. You children are really good actors for being so young.

Ana said...

I really enjoyed watching the video it was funny. Great Job!

N@T0$H@ said...

That video was very funny and l liked that they kept adding more and more people and then every time they tried to pull it out of the ground they groaned. I liked it very much.

Uriel said...

That video was pretty funny especially when everyone came out to pull the giant turnip out of the ground!!!

Jose said...

The story was pretty funny and fun to watch. Great job kids!

Larisa Tarasevich said...

Thanks for your comments they are very supporting for my students. They are 8 years old and they had been studying English for 8 months.
The tale is for very young children (when we tell them in Russian)

jojojo said...

you are welcome