This year, we had it in the middle of the mid term break. Some of the reasons were - I was away in Penang last week and we thought the youths could help us during the 1st week of their holidays.
I woke up just before sun rise and had breakfast with Rachel. She was sick for the past 2 weeks, but she had committed herself to this event and so, she came.
We reached church just before 8am. There was so much to do. The day before, we placed all the games in the hallway (for the fear of them getting lost or wet during the night :)). Today, we just had to placed each game on individual tables or stalls. The volunteers were told to come at 8.30am to set up their game stalls.
A necktie for Mr Giraffee - Another game from last year's kidz safari. We used a gas tube to form the hoop. The kids had 4 tries for this game.
Watershed - A simple game, but not that easy. By using a stick and a ring attached to to the string, the child had to hook the bottle with the ring. Again, we set a time limit to this game.
Dunk the Animals - This game is probably one of the easiest way to collect tokens. The child was given 3 balls to overthrow the toy animals out of their comfort zone.
Safari Droppings - All these fancy names were thought of, last year. The child was given ping pong (table tennis) balls to throw into the egg trays. I remembered painting this last year, and at that time I thought it would be fun if each colour represented different amount of tokens given.
The following games are all new and I asked Sze-En which were the games she loved most. She said the leap frog and spider web were her favourites.
Upon completion of the card, the child will proceed to the gifts counter where she or he will get a free gift for completing the bingo card.
Judy "worked" so hard to get this MP3. It was "priced" at 200 tokens.
Oh, this is JoelC and his neckties. He was just fooling around with the balloons.
I don't think so. Too much work and too little human resources. :(
Managed to upload a short video clip on Mini-Me.