Our first Guest
Don't miss today's talk, because it has so much practical, valuable content, especially if you are teaching younger kids.
Apple Pie and Rainbows
Lindsay is sharing her experience of moving from self employment to being a Child care English Teacher in a japanese company.
We are chatting about a few ups and downs but the topic today is GAMES! And the pros and cons of some of them, and how to make pros out of cons😉
I am personally having a hard time these days with games for very young kids (4), and Lindsay had a few great game ideas for that age, she has been sharing here. It has no name but let me call it 'The Magnetgame'.
I ended up playing it in all of my classes up to grade 3 last week, in several variations. Funnily every time WITHOUT a magnet, so probably the name is not really the best.
Lindsay called it 'THe ice cream game', but again, I played it without ice cream, so maybe that name is also not the best.
Listen and give us some thoughts of what would be a cool name.
Here you go.
And please, let me know if you would like to be part of a show.
I will be in touch with you anyway!😉And it would be so much more fun, if you would raise your hand before that.