Burrowing Owls, Oct 12
The class was playful and crafty in choice-time. Some of the Burrowing Owls came up with their own game using ropes which then turned into Marco Polo using a big area of the bluff. Those of us that had stayed to carve, sand and sew recognised the glee of the players and were content to keep on creating while perhaps wondering what all the yelling and laughing was about. We talked about this in our reflections at the end of class. Next week the students will be noticing more about their classmates.
How was it playing Marco Polo with no boundaries?
What was your disadvantage in the Animal Game? How did it affect the way you played the game?
What does your meeple look like and what is it for?