Haze haze go away, come again another day, little children want to play, haze haze go away. Yes, the haze issue here in our country has affected our daily activities. Not only outdoor activities are being discouraged, the Ministry of Education also announced (on certain days due to high PSI readings) the closure of schools.
To keep JS away from too much screen time, I suggested that we play fun fair at home. JS had not been to a fun fair so he was curious about this idea. I told him that it has game booths like those found at Legoland and indoor theme parks and also lots of stalls selling food, especially junk foods. He was thrilled.
We list down several types of games and foods that we would like to have at our fun fair. Our game list include fishing, bowling and shooting at targets while our food stalls include french fries, marshmallow, hotdogs, chicken wings, pasta, popcorn, chocolates and chips.
We started off by setting up the game booths. We decided to have three booths, fishing, bowling and shooting a ball into a hole.
|JS cutting a hole in a box for one of the games.|
|JS making the signages.|
|The reward card and reward stickers.|
By the time we finished setting up the game booths, it was almost lunch time so we quickly prepared the food and started the play by buying food at the stalls. We only had pasta, chicken wings and hotdogs.
|JS preparing the food.|
|JE: Can we eat now? I am so hungry!|
|JS paying for his food.|
JS paying for his food.
Next of course, was game time!
JS started with the bowling. He had to pay one buck for five throws.
Next, the played the 'Shoot and Win'. This time, he had to pay two bucks for five throws.
We ended with the fishing game which both of them enjoyed the most. JS had to pay one buck to play for one minute. He gets a sticker for every five Lego bricks he fished.
|JS counting the number of Lego bricks he was able to fish.|
JS counting the reward stickers to claim his prizes.
It was a day full of play (and learning too!)