We had 4-week, 1-hour group classes with a chess coach at home. There were 7 kids (including Kabir and Arjun) in the group. It was fun! Kabir has joined the chess club and Stanford OHS and enjoys playing online with his friends once a week. Arjun tries to get Amit or Kabir to play with him whenever they have time.
We visited Master Grafix in Tupelo to learn about screen printing. It was fascinatingly educational opportunity!
We are continuing our joyful visits once a month with the residents of Avonlea. Kabir joins us when he can but Arjun and I have fun visiting with the residents.
Have you ever used salt in an art project? I have, and it was very fun. Read on, and you can make your own!
After I wrote Children of the Sun, my family and I thought it would be even better if we could get bold, colorful, vivid illustrations made for the book. We wanted these to be good illustrations, not just amateur drawings, but we also hoped it could be drawn by the hand of a child. Then, we were able to find the solution—our art teacher, Mrs. Vicki Farmer, would help us—that is, my younger brother Arjun and myself—make the illustrations. Thanks to her, this book has become enriched with these illustrations.
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We have been visiting residents at Avonlea Assisted Living. It’s an honor to visit them and spend some precious time with them.
Water Balloon Target game in June 2018: this was so much fun especially because it was so hot. Residents were stronger than the boys as boys could hardly burst a balloon but residents did burst all the balloons with many tries.