Please record a short video
of your family/child/children performing the
then upload it to the
Dropbox folder that you should have already received and invitation to. If Dropbox is being temperamental, you can share it with me via GoogleDrive. Email me with any issues! Once the videos are uploaded, Jeff Nelson will edit them together into one big, beautiful celebration video.
Please upload them to Dropbox no later than
Thursday, May 22nd. I may be able to push it to Friday, but Jeff is being very kind by editing so quickly, so the earlier the better. Your child can either recite or read the script. For younger children, parents can read the text with them or to them. Siblings can do it together or separately, and pets are welcome too. Don't forget we want parents in the video as well if you're willing.
I have attached
along with the script. But the most important instructions are to film it in landscape orientation and to have fun with your family. We aren't looking for perfect renditions of the play, just something intelligible that captures at least a little bit of your child's and family's personalities. You can record it wherever it works for your family. I have attached some
quick video tips
you might want to look at but it's not required.
I do also need a
. I have included the form here. You just need to fill out your child' s/children's names, sign, scan, and return it. You can upload it into the same Dropbox file you place your video or just take a picture of it and email it to me. For your convenience, all the files attached here will also be in the Dropbox folder. Please let me know if you have any questions or issues.
I really appreciate the time and effort you will all put in to make this a wonderful celebratory present to St. Andrew's. I believe your patience and resolve, as we walk through these physically distant times together, will result in greater connection and at least this one treasured memory.
PS: Props for the Play
Here are some super cute Pentecost streamers you can make. Simple red bands of cloth wave just as well.
ere is an outline for flame
you can cut out of red paper. If you use yellow and orange paper too you can make them all fancy. If you attach them to a red construction paper head band, you can wear them as a flame over your head. Just waving them is fine, though. Watch out! They may be hot.