As the months go by the kids from Garabato continue to create different pieces that they then share with their friends and families. Now it’s time to play, for that they are creating their very own version of the well-known Pictonary game.
This activity came like a huge challenge for the kids, who in fact were a bit frightened at the beginning, but as classes go by, and the board starts to get color, the challenge seems a bit easier. Now it is time to draw in order to win the game!
Another thing we implemented during the past months is a healthier snack, with more fruits and cereals. The first thing we offered were peaches, immediately some of them mentioned that they didn’t like them, but of course never tried them, so after insisting a little, they did and loved them.
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