Monthly Archives: February 2013

Week 3 at Overby Sheppard

We started this week ‘s session off with another hybrid-fairy tale game. Instead of running away from wolves to get to grandma’s house, we played a version of freeze tag modeled after Cinderella. This game was surprisingly successful in getting … Continue reading

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Overby-Sheppard Week Three

Our third session with the children was really successful. This time, we also started our session with more games in order to make sure the kids expend their energy. The first one was similar to the game we played last … Continue reading

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Week 3 at Overby-Sheppard

This week we started off with another fairy tale inspired game.  Featuring both evil stepmothers and fairy godparents (the kids wanted it to be a gender neutral title for the boys), everyone else took on the role of Cinderella.  As … Continue reading

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Overly-Sheppard Week Two

Our second week with the children was successful. As a class we worked together to start the evening with a game. In order to burn the kids out a little bit we played a game, which is originally called Sharks … Continue reading

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Week 2 (Abby, Rosie, Ben, Rebecca): Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your…?

Though it was certainly eventful, I can definitely say our second time at Overby-Sheppard was a good deal calmer than the first. After wearing the kids down with a fairy-tale-themed version of Sharks and Minnows, we succeeded in getting the … Continue reading

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Week 2

This Tuesday at Overby-Sheppard Elementary school, we, as a class, started our session with playing an interactive and physically active game with the children. The game had themes and symbols from the Little Red Riding Hood. One side of the … Continue reading

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Overby Shepard Elementary School – Week Two

Our second session at Overby Shepard went much better than the first one. Katherine, Luna, Evan and I were more confident and in this case, we had more kids to work with and share our planned activities. Upon arrival, we … Continue reading

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