Walker students learn about Chitty Chitty Bang Bangs

Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 04:03 PM.

“I really like it in the movie when they found out the car is magic and can fly,” Alex Martin said.

I showed them some video of the time my friend Joe and I paid for a half-hour ride passed Mrs. William Shakespeare’s house near Stratford-on-Avon in the real movie Chitty as a birthday surprise for our friend Troy. And the students appreciated that pushing a two-ton car back into its garage is not an easy task.

“To hear from someone who has actually seen and ridden in the real Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and can give us historical knowledge about the car is fun and very motivational for my students,” Boxberger said.

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