I’m not sure exactly what they were doing, but I think SG was trying to show DD some exercises that she learned at camp.
The movie was cute, but I think it is better suited for older children. There were some positive aspects of the movie like stressing the importance of being loyal to your family and friends and discovering new things in life, but there was very little singing or dancing like pre-school children seem to enjoy, just mostly dialogue. There were words used in the dialogue that I would have preferred that they had left out. I know that I am super-conservative and over-protective, but I still don’t like to hear the words STUPID, SHUT UP, KILL, and the “kitchen from HELL” in a kid’s movie, not to mention a little unnecessary violence. Isn’t it funny how we try so hard to protect our kids from so many things and then unknowingly expose them by taking them to a movie for fun! OK, I’ll get down off of my soapbox. DD and SG probably didn’t even notice the things I did. I am quite a fuddy-duddy at times. They just loved being together and they had a great time!! It was good to get out of the house and spend time with friends and besides, the popcorn was yummy!!