This post doesn’t fit into the normal topics of technology and music education–it summarizes what has become a favorite activity of mine at Easter, the creation of Peep dioramas.
A few days ago, I shared the dioramas that were created by my choir students in 2010. We had seven entries this year, not counting my own. Here are the various entries:
Peep Jersey Shore:
Peepsachu! (Made of 52 Peeps):
Harry Peeper (Like Harry Potter):
The students did use a “pre-fab” Fisher-Price castle, but put a lot of work into the display…and had another student narrate the story. I made a short video of the diorama with the audio, which appears below the pictures.
And my entry for the year, “iPeep Nano”:
By the way, here’s what it takes to win the St. Paul Pioneer Press Peep Diorama Contest (The Great MN Peep Together (Minnesota State Fair):