Do not want others to know what you have done?
Better not have done it anyways. -Chinese Proverb
I Hear, and I Forget
I See, and I Remember
I Do, and I Understand
-Chinese Proverb Click to print the above Chinese Proverb
Info: Emperors in China used reliefs to teach the wise sayings of
Confucius. Students made rubbings from the tablets, a fast way of
copying and passing along the words of wisdom.
Need: shoe box lid, clay, plaster of paris, plastic utensils (for carving)
Spread clay evenly in the shoe box lid. The depth should be about
half or less of the shoe box lid. Carve a picture in the clay. Pour
plaster of paris over the clay. Let dry. Remove lid and peel off the clay.
Fan Tan Card Game
Use cards up to 7 in a regular deck of cards.
Deal all the cards out to 3-4 children. Take turns, play the cards in
order from 1 through 7. If you do not have the right number, you must
pass your turn. When a child has played his/her last card, he/she is