‘Literature Comes to Life’ at Torrey Hills

Literature Comes to Life at Torrey Hills School

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Torrey Hills Elementary PTA and Principal Barbara Boone, in support of October’s national Bullying Prevention Month, recently held an engaging assembly with “Literature Comes to Life.”

“Literature Comes to Life” allows children to experience the wonder and fun of literature by participating as storybook characters in award-winning stories. Students wear beautiful costumes and perform as actors. The entire audience joins the fun and experiences oral expression, movement, and pantomime.

Torrey Hills students and teachers participated in unfolding four amazing books and saw the characters step right out of the books.

Photos/Jon Clark.

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