Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Day 3-English Camp

The camp starts at 8:30 and runs until 5pm. The day is sort of broken up into 3 parts. The morning has most of the English instruction, then we break for lunch and then the afternoon is spent playing games and going to the park.

The older group is referred to as the "sharks" and the younger group are the "minnows". Sometimes they do activities together, but most of the time they are separated. Today they discussed body parts and some of the miracles Jesus performed. (healing the blind and the lame) Everyone is doing a great job and we all are having fun...aside from being very hot (yesterday was 92 and remember we don't have air conditioning!!!)

Here is Liesl performing Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes...


Here are the sharks working on a song...


Bethany is reviewing body parts...


Here Tristan is getting traced...


Abby is coloring herself in...


We celebrated Matthias' 5th Birthday...


Ewan and Levi...


5 of the interns breaking for lunch...

3 comments:

Shannon said...

That looks great! Did you talk about the wiener-schnitzel?? Haha! Sorry I couldn't help myself :)

On a more serious note, we prayed for you guys tonight. Hope it continues to go as well as the first 3 days, and not so hot!

Brian and Wesley said...

What a great curriculum you've put together! Everything looks amazing. Praying for all of you-those are some seriously LONG days of camp! :)

Reggie said...

Greetings from Matthews, NC (Charlotte)! My wife, Amy and I are headed to Austria for one week, arriving this Sunday morning, the 19th of July. We'll be at Hilton Wien by Stadtpark. One of our pastors, Steffen Mueller (orignially from Germany) at Christ Covenant Church here informed us of your efforts--by God's grace--to plant a church in Vienna. Please know that we will be praying for you as we're in the city. Let us know specifically how we may pray for you and of any ways we may encourage you. We found your blog site and are encouraged by the English camps! Hopefully we can meet you while in Vienna. Let us know--reggiephillips@mac.com. Godspeed!