Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Our day in an American Middle School

Wow we are sorry we haven't not written sooner, this last week has been a whirlwind. First we need to tell you about our day at an American middle school. We spent the day with seventh graders in their social studies class. We spent the Wednesday before Thanksgiving with them, and we were able to have a lot of fun. We met all of Mr. Miettinen's classes and were surprised by the warm welcome we received. We took a bunch of photos, but we are pretty sure only some can make it on this blog. We told them about our travels, and they shared the days lesson on the big screen with us. We saw their treasure chest of coins from around the world. Hans is pretty sure he recognized a few. We showed them all the different places we have been on the globe, and we got to spend time looking at the bridges they made in class. Paul was worried though because he thought they seemed to small for the big humans, so I reassured him they were models. We got to go into the school office, the staff was very welcoming and let us take our picture by their window. We so many pictures to
share with you (the students wanted to share so much with you too), and we hope you enjoy them all.
Sincerely, Hans and Paul

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