Today was interesting; I met the children for the last time in the kindergarten. They were nice. I played games with them for example, 1-2-3-4 games, which were based similarly to Simon, says but for each number there’s a set action. Overall it was a great experience and I hope to see these children grow aspire to their dreams.
After all that, we completed painting the fences, which look awesome now and also as a team we painted other obstacles in the playground. From doing this it made the school more visually pleasing for both the school kids and their parents.
Then we played rugby by the entrance which was fun also and lastly we ate dinner all-together at the local restaurant, the food was nice.
Today we went back to the kindergarten and the kids responded in an amazing manner! As soon as we re-entered their joy-filled classrooms they darted towards us like antelopes running from predators. It seemed as though they never got tired of running like headless chickens. We worked with children who had been unable to pass their education and were left behind in school; hence they had been put into classes where they will catch up. Whilst playing with the children it was clear that it was the small things that satisfied them. It was evident the effect that we had on them was clearly positive; the range of activities we had for them proved to be both engaging and exhilarating.
“The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today” – Jackson Brown
A Great Big World by Laura and Eric