This Week at Seed Street - May 9th-13th

Another fun week of learning and growing at Seed Street.

This week, our Tuesday Move session was all about collaboration and improvisation in motion.  We built a human machine and performed three versions of an improv sketch involving a mother and her children, the snow, and toothpaste.  All our students (and teachers!) rose to the occasion by stepping outside of their comfort zones, and showcasing their ability to be creative and silly.

Seed Street Move students using their bodies to act out an improvised Human Machine.

Seed Street Move students using their bodies to act out an improvised Human Machine.

In Create on Thursday, our business plan teams made a final push on their business pitches before our Entrepreneurship Fair.  The teams continued to build their presentation boards, seeking out images that represented their visions and products.  Some quick finishing touches and pitch rehearsal time next week will be all that’s left before the big event!

Hard at work polishing off our business plan pitches and idea boards.

Hard at work polishing off our business plan pitches and idea boards.

Friday afternoon brought us spring showers and some special guests at the Children’s Aid Society, which put our time in our container farm on hold for a week.  It means that next week, our final week, we will have a lot of activity planting some new seeds and moving our tomato plants to the roof to maximize their sun exposure during the hot summer months.