This week I was recovering from my trip to PES/Toronto, so I did not make any offerings for the day (Offerings must be made on Sundays, when I was on a bus and pre-occupied). There was still magic throughout the time that I spent with the kids, possibly because I was more available to the day that was unfolding.
This week I offered Juggling for the first time. I also offered to hold a COI around responses to cleaning up - 'Philosophy of Clean Up Time'. The Juggling was various degrees of successful, whereas (as I sort of expected) there was no real interest from the kids in talking about cleaning up, haha. Ryan was curious and Abby is interested in reading Marie Condo's book (when I'm done with it). The Juggling turned out to be a great experience for me as it relates to facilitating learning in an ALC.
Timo introduced me to a new game called Hive. The goal is to surround your opponents Queen Bee with tiles. I’ve played 5 games so far: 1W 1D 3L.
I was most proud of the draw, because it broke the game. It was not mentioned at all in the rules. I achieved this by moving my bee to the other players Bee. See below. Read more