Anyhoo, every Friday, the staff at Toa Nafasi takes a break from teaching to get down and dirty with the students and have some fun and games. This past week was a very special Furahi-day as it was Angi's first back at school and we decided to celebrate by making paper-bag puppets, dancing the Macarena, and duckpin bowling.
Enjoy the shots below!!
My example of a paper-bag puppet.
Students making their own puppets.
Evelyn and Dorin helping the kids decorate their bags.
Vumi's daughter Grace just HAD to get in on the action.
A happy student with his finished product.
Derick's puppet knew only two words: Mambo? and Poa!
Vumi and her mini-me.
Angi and Evelyn demonstrating the Macarena.
Vumi shaking her groove-thang.
Yes, technically, there IS a booty-slap in the Macarena.
But it's still good, clean fun!
Polepole, getting the hang of it....
Angi helping a girl with bowling,
Grace asking her mama when it will be her turn....
Bowling in motion.
And sweet treats to end the day: juice and biscuits!!