Today was the first lesson for the Saturday kids after the big test. For the older kids it meant the end of practicing! For the grade 1 kids, it meant starting to learn about the “perfect tense”. Opposite emotions…
The lesson went great for both groups!
Learning was accomplished. That is Underdog’s (and OTHER English schools, I hope…) most important goal.
After the lesson, I applied oil to my beloved tables from IKEA to ensure I could use the for 15-20 years (no picture, but it’s true).
After that, I had to keep my promise to Kinder Kids. Yesterday I promised to finish making, and then set up the trap to catch our rouge (great word, please research it) tarantula.
Of course, most readers of this blog have no idea about this rogue tarantula. ZANNEN! Ask your kids for the info.
Anyway, as promised, I finished the trap. I built a lot of unsuccessful traps when I was a child. I choose the one trap that I thought was best, and used that design for the “TT” (tarantula trap).
I built it in about 35 minutes at the end of Kinder’s Lesson last week. It wasn’t hard because I didn’t have any proper plans. The kids thought it worked out!
*The fly was completely willing to help.
The thin stick (leftover from the Sports Day flags) worked perfectly in testing.
First thing tomorrow, I’ll go check the oiled tables and the TT!
****K.B.I agents, stay tuned****
P.S. Agents Yamame, Cricket and Toffee are currently unavailable. If needed, HQ has offered to send extra agents. But, seriously, it’s just a plastic spider, so nothing can happen…