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ABC Bible Verses

This video is from the closing ceremony of the Parent Run School for the 2011 school year. Jonah’s class recited a verse for each letter of the alphabet from memory.  

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CAM Car Races

Last Saturday were the local CAM Car Races, think pinewood derby invades Cameroon. I volunteered to run the event because the man who ran it in the past was not going to be in town for the week of the … Continue reading

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Kindergarteners

During Social Studies in class last Friday we (DeAnna & Jonah) covered cities.  We talked about how cities have buildings, stores, churches and roads.  To help them understand, they built their own city using blocks and train track pieces.  After … Continue reading

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Peek into the boys school

The following video is a recruitment video for the school that Joshua and Jonah attend. It gives you a glimpse into the boys time at school. Also, they are looking for teachers or if you are looking at student teaching … Continue reading

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Grand Spectacle

Friday night Joshua’s class and a few of the other classes put on a performance of the story of the loup (French for wolf) and his class sang and danced while the older classes memorized the story. It was a … Continue reading

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I’m losing my Marbles

I don’t understand the current fascination that has overtaken Joshua’s Elementary School. I thought the warmer weather would bring the soccer (football) out to the playground. But instead there is a much smaller ball that every child is carrying to … Continue reading

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Qui coupe le fromage? (Who cut the cheese?)

Today our school offered an extra-curricular activity of a French cheese tasting.  We had our own at home tasting shortly after arrival and weren’t impressed, so I thought now I might be more cultured. The chef conducting the tasting forewarned … Continue reading

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