Quote of the Day: Snowflakes are nature's most fragile things. But look at what they all can do if they stick TOGETHER.
Morning Class: In morning class 1A got together and separated into school groups and Mr. Dooley took us to the start of the girls wing and we drew on a piece of paper, what was in our minds, I said family, friends, pets, going outside and nervous. After Mr. Dooley laid some cards on the floor and we had to choose how we were feeling, I said anxious. Then we spoke about why we felt like this, I felt anxious because I did not know what I was up for and I was in a new environment.
Then we played Players and spies which was where we had to recreate a structure as a team although each one of us was given a role ( either a player or a spy). Players tried to finish the building while spies tried to sabotage the players work. After the 20 minutes of building time was up it, was revealed that there were no spies and that is was a game to test out teamwork and trusting abilities even after we doubted each other.
Afternoon Class: The afternoon class was all about practicing all of the qualities and strengths we had decided that team needed to work on while we played/solved small and fun challenges outside in the rain. These were the 'holy' pipe/ping pong ball challenges, the crocodile (Pablo) challenges two planet challenges and the Olympic qualifying hula hoop challenges. During the night class we were introduced to DEARR and we meditated for a minutes reflection out the day and write a letter to ourselves.