Napkin.  Naughty.  Neighbor.  Neither. 

 

Doctor’s Opinion-

 

Frothied lotional peals seldom in slices.

Frothy motionals and eels felldom in lices.

Frothy emotional appeal seldom suffices.

-shoulda writ it down.

 

To whom it may concern,

And truly very yours,

 

true to some extent

jittery

befogged.

 

ultra-modern standards back

jack to gates of death.

 

ought and freed

his physical

often not enough.

 

types respond to ordinary

women

depth

and weight

 

nervous wrecks help manifest

crave
precipitate:

 

to a theatre near you….

Lean.

Lemonade.

Lettuce.

Lightning.

soon to a theatre near you…

Pudding.

Pumpkin.

Queer.

Quilt.

Coming soon to a theatre near you…

Radishes.

Rayon.

Real.

Roast.

soon to a theater near you…

Spread.

Sprinkle.

Square.

Starve.

soon to a theatre near you…

Lace.

Language.

Latest.

Leader.

soon to a theatre near you…

Unable.

Upset.

Velvet.

Village.

soon to a theatre near you…

Peel.

Pepper.

Piano.

Pitcher.

Coming soon to a theatre near you…

Shovel.

Sight.

Size.

Soak.

soon to a theatre near you…

Soup.

Sour.

Sow.

Spade.

a theatre near you…

Paid.

Parade.

Paste.

Pasture.

Coming soon to a theatre near you…

Thunder.

Toast.

Tomatoes.

Tongue.

to a theatre near you…

Windy.

Wipe.

Woke.

Wolf.

soon to a theatre near you…

Cats.

Cats.

Cats.

Cats.

soon to a theatre near you…

Switch.

Tablet.

Tale.

Tardy.

soon to a theatre near you…

Taught.

Team.

Thick.

Thirty.

theatre near you…

Meadow.

Measure.

Minutes.

Monkey.

Coming soon to a theatre near you…

Napkin.

Naughty.

Neighbor.

Neither.

soon to a theatre near you…

Onion.

Opened.

Orchard.

Oven.

soon to a theatre near you…

Pleasant.

Plenty.

Plus.

Poison.

a theatre near you…

Potatoes.

Pour.

Prettier.

Price.

soon to a theatre near you…

Shoulder.

Shouldn’t.

Shovel.

Sight.

 

 

Let’s all play some Outdoor Games.

 

The games in this   are active. Games of type   favorites of children everywhere. For years   some of them are easy   all of them are easy slightly different   rules familiar to you under other names.

Require space  means  equipment.
circle circle tag tag. Games, etc.
Players can be increased objectives help make children.

Structure can be changed parents teacher others
running jumping throwing MAKE SURE ALL PARTICIPANTS HAVE FUN.

 

Number 1. Tossing Games

 

“Hit the Penny”

 

Stand facing each other

heads become tails or vice versa

score two points

ball moves 6

eleven points win.

 


TRAINING (six six, six eight, six twelve)

I had just gotten back from a backpacking trip the night before.

Was extremely tired. Met in a large classroom began by talking all day the training.

The zoo in a week both ends checking kids.

They went over which way to stand made me nervous North Ends.

Exactly the angle works best. Side up and One side down. We then went over

we have tarps labeled children should eat.

Go down made me nervous half the zoo and “check-out.”

I knew it was only understand what works best.

So camps in a classroom south… 37 of us. There were 37 of us.

I know this only because they know so much more. six six.

six eight. Nós temos lonas que descem

Different tarps are in different bins. We have “General Tarp,” “Not-Free,” and “Personal” for kids who are allergic to Trail of Vines. Same thing as you though.

Talk about age appropriate information although KC Half Day, 5-10 Zooper Camp.

I wish I was with every part of the zoo, they got more info than us, I’m sure.

Asked normally camp policy Australasia curriculums.

Split up by monday in bathrooms Penguins south end for instance.

Childhood specialists any questions we got paid Adaptations.

Played lots of games separate days for the African savanna. Being used to a less intense atmosphere, I am a little nervous about camp this summer. I asked why this was and they said because they want us to be able to adapt the games non-descriptive. Blew me away how detailed main instructions would be when describing games but how non-descriptive the curriculum is to our liking.

 

 

Burma   To-Do

 

Copy Passport.

Leave a copy with housemate/ mom or dad

 

 

doc appointment

 

animal, vegetable, or mineral

Health Clearance forms

 

Make appointment with study abroad office

ask other scholarship opportunities

make appointment with financial aid

 

603-15-4153

 

Transcript #: 8J5520619

 

 


 

“King of the Circle”

 

For this game using shoulders

Clearly marked or drawn.

All are standing inside players! circle arms.

Given signal [try to push] last one left.

Unfolds the others.

 


_________________________________________________________________________________________

“Four-Way Pull”

 

Sticks must be held upright at all times.

 

 

Only questions can be answered asked.

 

The faster the game is played, the more fun it is.

 

The players take turns thinking of the objects.

 

Anyone who steps outside the circle is out.

 

Is it something you see every day?

 

Eleven points wins.

 

 ________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

“Twenty Questions”

 

Suppose the object is a

 

Only questions that can be answered may be asked.

 

…bigger than a house?

 

 object that is mineral

No.

1st Player must be told.

-turns thinking of the things.

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Wait a minute fellas I think we’ve lost them.

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The object of the game:

 

Attach as shown, any line becoming a new tail thereby

becoming a new tail prevent the chaser or “horses” become the new chaser.

One player is chosen in front see below.

 

 

“Tag Games”

 

Line shoulder to shoulder

feet ten feet below.

The line starts walking forward and It walks backward

last player in line squeezed cries west side and run for goal.

Any player tagged must join in tagging players

next round

tagged wins.

 


[Ground Near Wall snapping buttons, within Two Hands’ fifty, Lands within.]

 

Once upon a time the end. Once upon a time there was a man the end. Once upon a

the end. Once upon a time there was a man and he was poor the end. Once upon a time

there was a many poreless the end. Once upon a end. Once upon a time the end. Once upon

a time end.

 

 

 

One player hides.

The rest go looking for him, and whoever finds him,

instead of revealing the hiding place, hides there with him

(being careful not to be seen while doing so).

As the hiding space gets more and more crowded, you will begin to

understand why the game is called

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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