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|Posted on December 12, 2013 at 12:02 PM|
Grandma is so tired. I tried working with little sleep yesterday because I had to go to the doctors and then to appease Great-Grandma last night because Grandma has been so under the weather. I had that virus trying to overcome me again yesterday which made me tired. I thought I would just get a little snooze and be able to roll. It wasn't the case. I didn't wake till 10 this morning. No fear though we got it made. It can be a fun day of Thursday.
Grandma has all kinds of games to give you. You could start out with a maze by drawing a picture and putting a maze in the middle like a big bell. Then form Maya waving designs on graph paper. You can make a paper bag pinata with stapling the top shut with candy iand small toys. make a turkey or chicken head at the top, tissue paper slit on one side and glued on in layers down the side with paper made wings from traced hands cut out on the sides. Put strips of paper on the back for a tail. If it is a turkey one could take hands and staple the on the top side fanned out. Make a mayan Mask of plastic, hard cardboard, or plaster, clay, play dough.. Make a Mexico flag by tracing the emblam on tarcing paper and put in the middle big strip of white paper, Put the other two colors on the sides of it. If this is not enough do some math on some Christmas tree bulbs. Here is another game Mexican people play. It is also traditional of Spain and France. You also know that soccer(fotbol in Spanish) is the most loved sport there. Many children here love to play basketball. My husband also besides soccer loves baseball very much.This is all gramdma will give for today's lessons. She will start tomorrow's lesson now. Does Grandma love Youtube or what?
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