|Here we are in the cafeteria eating lunch. It was bring your own lunch.|
The thirty or so students were divided into three groups, mostly arranged by their ages. We did a rotation between Art, Computers and Activities. After about forty-five minutes, the groups rotated, so the students who were in Art moved to the Computers, those in Computers moved to Activities, and those in Activities moved to Art. I was in charge of the activities. Here are my supplies I used.
|Hula Hoops, first aid kit, skipping ropes (or jump ropes), rubber ball, hakki sacks, sidewalk chalk, and emergency contacts info.|
|Puzzles of all kinds.|
|Here one group is doing the puzzles. I had an excellent helper, Zach, who is in Japan visiting his parents for the summer. He attends Redeemer University/College in Ancaster, Ontario.|
|This group was working on the raccoon puzzle. They are sure concentrating.|
There is another week for these students, but I will be flying back to British Columbia next week. Zach will be taking over the class. It was a fun week and I think the students enjoyed it as well. By the way, some of these students attend English as an Additional Language classes in the morning until lunchtime.
After having collected jigsaw puzzles for me to use, Rita, a friend from CAJ, gave me this cute little puzzle. It's 300 pieces, 10 cm x 21.5 cm. I did the whole thing on my cutting board.
|Do you see the little blue tweezers beside the box? That was included with the puzzle. I used it the whole time. It was easier than using my fingers.|
|There's my finger to give you some perspective.|
|Here is the puzzle completed. Sorry for the glare.|