Rolling Along: As Miss Murray teaches the class gymnastics for physical education in the class, Little Bill becomes frustrated when it comes time for the students to practice forward rolls since he hasn't been able to do one successfully. Miss Murray suggests that Bill shouldn't give up and work on the exercise at home. In the back yard, Little Bill asks Alice the Great for help, but she recommends April help her brother because she's younger. April gives Little Bill the idea of imagining he's a round item to give him a better idea of how to bend properly for the exercise; Little Bill pictures his sister's basketball and Elephant's rolling ball, then tries the somersault, successfully finishing the roll. The next day, during gym class, Little Bill is the first one to volunteer so he can show Miss Murray that he can do it. The Stage Trick: Little Bill's class is performing a song in the spring pageant, and he is excited about his role as the Grass. During rehearsal, he gets stage fright and forgets his lines. Miss Murray tells him that it's okay to get nervous and stage fright is normal, but Little Bill is afraid of freezing up in front of the audience and says he wants to quit. Hoping to make everyone feel better, Miss Murray gives the kids a Stage Trick to combat the jitters: just before you go on, you take a deep breath and blow the fear away. Little Bill does his trick right before his big speech, and after the performance, April comments on how she enjoyed the part where the wind blew before Bill's song.moreless
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