Summer started by placing her hands on her head before placing them on her shoulders, her knees and then her toes. “Sing with me! Heads, shoulders knees and toes, knees and toes.”
She kept repeating the phrase until she started to touch her eyes, ears, mouth and nose. The kids knew the verse it seemed and that’s all Summer needed to know. The kids were a lovely bunch, they haven’t misbehaved all day and that did ease the fireworks expert just a bit, she didn’t know what to do if they misbehaved. After the little verse she chuckled lightly as she then said the same song and did the same actions but faster, the kids tried their best to keep up but their giggles filled the room.
After the giggles, Summer looked around the room and seen two closed, but reasonably sized windows, that certainly cannot be good for the kids. They needed fresh air and the air will be good for them after a day of fun and probably exhaustion when the day has ended. “Okay, I will be showing you a firework, please be patient! And look in the other window as I don’t want any of you to get hurt.” The girl announced as she opened up two windows. She noticed there was three people on the bed but two of them were wheelchair users. Summer went over to the beds and took each of the children out on their wheelchairs carefully after they guided them to which wheelchair they use, Summer then carried another girl in her air as the wheelchair users went over to the window all the kids were at.
The kids started to watch as Summer held out her free hand, making sure she held the child in her arm securely before her hand started to spark up in multi-coloured sparks and shot a firework into the air. It left a trail of smoke behind but shooting the firework was successful. The firework was in the colour of red and the children were most surprised.
”Oh my god it’s a firework!” One of the kids exclaimed “It was amazing!!” Summer grinned as the little ones suddenly started to speak about how great that firework was. What’s better?? The smoke moved away from the windows quickly due how wide the windows were. That was always the danger of fireworks, they could potentially make these kids cough due to the smoke.
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