Grace, Tayla, Anna & Gemma have been working on all of their wares and games for a bit longer than a month, and today it all came together at their Entrepreneurs Day market.
On sale today they had:
and they also had two games,
with popcorn, boat kits and a giant jelly jar as prizes.
Cork boats & build-it-yourself kits
Boat racing pool & skittles
Toffee apples were to be seen all over the market today
Some of the awesome teachers: Deon, Andrea & Chloe
Indiana and Adam – she really loves babies
Counting the loot: their profit was close to R200 each
I have been super impressed with how they have taken this on as their own, run with it, worked hard, developed and changed, and turned it into a successful event independently and with minimal adult input. I am really proud of these girls.
Eli has now advanced to riding freely around the circle on his bike. Once he figures out how to get going (which he can nearly do on a downhill), he will be independent on his bike!
Adam had his first bubble bath today…and didn’t like it at all. Eli was the same when he was little, and there is clearly something about the bubble bath that freaks Adam out. So it is going to be a while before we try again.
When Eli sat down in the bath he said, “My willy’s disappeared!” with great glee.
Adam has a call for Grace, his particular sound that he makes when he wants to call her. It is the “A” of her name and he often calls out, “A…..A” when looking for her.
Eli celebrated his birthday with a Christmas party. He has been talking about Christmas since last Christmas, so this was the way he wanted to work out his never ceasing Christmas spirit.
Handing decorations on the tree
Finn & Oli join team Santa
Decorating gingerbread men
Taking in the Christmas spirit (which was helped along with continuous Christmas tunes playing)
Rudolf cake (with his flaming ears)
Mr Christmas after blowing out the candles
Preparing for the treasure hunt – Santa’s sleigh has crashed and the children need to help find all the presents!
The girl team was definitely more organised than the boys, mostly because they actually checked their map
Christmas Eli and his helper handing out the presents that they found
Heather, channelling her inner reindeer
Say, “Ho, ho, ho”
The Clayton girls
The pond is always a hit with the boys
Grace also decided to organise an activity – making paper Christmas trees. It might have been a little too trick for the younger crowd, but the adults seemed to have fun helping.
Opening (and playing with) presents after the party
And finally, the party food, starting with flying reindeer pizza
Fruit & cheese Christmas tree
Frosty the cream cheese snowman….or penguin.
Brownie Christmas trees
Meringue Christmas trees
Cotton ball snowflakes