Tuesday was an engaging and energetic day in day school. Campers are interacting and making lots of friends in classes and during group activities around campus. The day began with morning classes in which campers are becoming more courageous and outgoing, and that also means more talkative! That is a great thing at an English camp, and we are happy with their progress already!
In lessons, campers demonstrated their previous knowledge of land transportation, and they learned how to speak about ways of getting around the world. Then, they moved on to Arts & Crafts, and they all got more exposure to Thai culture, as they learned to weave materials together in the traditional Thai style. Later, they all practiced describing different kinds of animals, and they played games to show how much they know on the subject. This will come in very handy on our farm trip tomorrow. Finally, campers moved to a lesson in an imaginary doctor’s office, and they all took part in role-play games aimed to help them speak about ailments and injuries at the doctor’s office.
As a group activity before lunch, everyone participated in our annual “Paper Drop Competition.” This is a favorite at camp, and each camper designed a paper vehicle and competed to see which would take the longest time to drop when released from the second floor mezzanine. It was an opportunity for campers to show their creativity and ingenuity, and they all enjoyed cheering for one another. After a heavy rain at lunch today, the skies cleared, and the warm sun returned in time for a lovely afternoon of sports! The P.E. staff collected the campers, and all played 2 different sports: tee-ball and Capture the Flag. Ask your campers about their day, and we are sure they will have a lot to tell you about! Thailand is known as “The Land of Smiles,” and today at Bromsgrove, it’s easy to see why.
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