Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Loads of fun on Game Day

Both of you had loads of fun on Game Day at Bukit Dumbar. We arrived there around 8.30a.m on 10.7.2010.
We took a group photo with the church members and children. Do we look energetic in this morning?
How good it is to sing praises to our God. All of you gathered around and sang songs of praise.
Girls, let us rejoice and be glad. Let us praise His greatness. Dear Lord, Let your name be forever praised.
Players were divided into four groups. The first game was really funny. With a mouth full of biscuits, player need to greet others by saying“Jesus loves you". Ha Ha. Xin Ai just joined "Joy Kids" activities recently. Hope she will rejoice in the hope of the glory of God one day.
Two players learned to cooperate by carrying a box and move forward. Wei Chong enjoyed this game a lot. This boy need some strong support behind him. Let us give him a caring heart.
Jin Wen tried his very best to move every step. Keep it up, Jin Wen. Girls, our lives are filled with many mountains and valleys. Whether from the mountaintop or the end of the valley, our God will be with us each step of the way.
How's hard to push the tyre forward. The first player to arrive at the final destination will be declared the winner.
Oh, the tyre lost its balance. Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again, Priscilla.
Some players continued to play soccer and the others took a rest.
Kai Cheng was awaiting his turn to kick the ball. He is a smart boy in our tuition class.
Both of you in a team which named Spain. Teams were named according to the soccer countries. Every four years, soccer teams around the world compete for the World Cup.

Some children performed a large variety of tricks with the Chinese yo-yo in Bukit Dumbar. The Chinese yo-yo is a toy from China. It is kept spinning on a string tied to two sticks at its ends. Each stick is held in one hand.

Since the Ming Dynasty, children and adults have played with Chinese yo-yo. It is used as a performance tool in juggling. It was good to introduce both of you to Chinese culture with games and toys on this fun day.

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