– Hi, I am Petunia. This is my dance. La, la, la, la, LA. (lighthearted music) – Today, we’re doing show n’ tell. – What are we sharing today? (children cheering) – Let’s get to the sharing. – I love to clap. – This is a picture of a bird that I made. My mom thought it was so good she just put it into a frame. – Do you put that on a wall in your house? – Not in our house, our grandma’s house. – You go down our
neighborhood, take a turn, then go down, then take a turn, and then, you turn straight, and
then you’re at her house. – What kind of bird is it? – A yellow popinjay. – Is there a name for this bird, because every drawing I do, I put a name. – Let’s come up with a name for it. First I’m gonna ask Crystal. What do you think you’ll name this? – How about princess? – Haana? – Princess tweety princess bird. – Ethan? – Rainbow? – Yellow M&M. – This is my picture Princess Tweety Bird. – [Children] Oooooh. – Quit yapping! – This is my monster. Behold. I made it in school. I did green, red, yellow, blue, instead of the rest of the colors they had there. Does anybody have any questions? Crystal. – What does the monster eat? – Everything. Next one. Justin. – Do you have a name for it? – Nope. – Oh, oh I have a name. Booga booga! (children laughing)
– Booga booga. – [Children] Good job Ethan! – Bye bye booga booga. – Who wants to go next? – Me, me, me, me.
– Me, please. – Me, me, me.
– Me, please. – Justin. – I made this when I was in Pre-K. This is me, this is Gigi, and this is our big sister Tierra. – The teacher told me to use shapes, so I used shapes. – What kind shapes you use. – Mostly circles. – Who wants a closer look? – Me! – Don’t break it. – It smell like paint. – The purple girl she reminds me of a robot. – It’s pretty cool. – Thank you. – [Children] Good job Justin! – This is my fraction robot. The reason I wanted to make this at school was ’cause I loved doing fractions. – What’s a fraction? – It’s where you have something you split it in half. If you have a circle and you divide it in four pieces, that would be 1/4. Cut it in half, 1/2. Cut in three, 1/3. Do you understand? – No. – In a fraction you one piece and you then you slice it a amount of numbers. Slice! Then that would be 1/2. But this!
(babbles) (babbles) – That would be 100 pieces of you. – I’m still confused. – Me too. (distant laughter) – [Children] Thank you Petunia. – You’re welcome. – Let’s do a funky dance yeah, la, la, la. – This is my bunny. – I made it at school in Kindergarten. – Awwwww. That’s cute.
– Awwwww. – My mom put it in the garage so I can save it for when I turn like 10 I will hang it up in my room. Who’s want a closer look? – Me!
– Me, me, me, me, me, me! – Be gentle, and don’t rip it. – Awww it’s so pretty. – There’s the eyes. – My favorite, favorite, favorite, favorite, favorite part is the ears. – Did you make the dots with paint or – Paint. – What kind of paint? – Sparkly paint, and it’s I don’t know which kind of paint but it’s sparkly. – Hmmm. – [Children] Good job Haleena! – Thank you. – You did amazing! (hands clapping) – [Children] Show and tell! – I almost hit my head. – Aaah. – Thank you for watching show and tell. – Don’t forget to subscribe to HiHo. – Don’t forget to like HiHo on Facebook. – Me! – Me, me, me, me me! (children playing) – [Ethan] Look at mine! (children playing)