Stefanie Erskine, B.A.S.E. Animator
At John Caboto Academy, Orlando and his classmates spent the lesson learning about their dominant sides. Students learned that everyone has a dominant hand, leg and eye, and they are not always on the same side. After performing many physical experiments using both their right and left sides, Orlando discovered that, like most of his classmates, he too was right handed.
“I know how to kick a ball with both feet and I can jump in one place with both legs, but when I write my name I’m totally right handed. Even if I try and write really slowly with my left hand, it’s still super messy!” exclaimed Orlando, a Kindergarten student at John Caboto Academy.