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sccap week 11:

Today is my last day with SCCAP until the New Year. I have really enjoyed my time with all the children and probably will try to stay with them during the next semester. All the children were extra crazy. Billy, Juan, and I made a tree out of paper. We made little circles and then glued the circles together. Billy’s turned out fine after all of the complaining and Juan’s turned out deformed. But at the end it is the idea that counts. The idea of making these presents was to give it to someone else. So Billy gave the present to Noelle and Juan gave it to Aiden. It was so cute! The other children did a lot of painting and coloring, so next time maybe make activities for many different age groups. I was very tried after running around and trying to get them to work on their projects and then clean up.

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