Students take part in multicultural games
Students from Woy Woy Public School's multicultural playgroup have participated in a games day.
The day included a Chopstick Competition and the Great Noodle Passing Relay, with students utilising utensils and food items in both games.
Starting with the Chopstick Competition, students were split into two teams and challenged to transport tapioca pearls with the Asian utensil from one bowl to another in a timed game.
The competition included a demonstration on how to use chopsticks.
This was followed by the Great Noodle Passing Relay where students were again split into teams and challenged to pass noodles amongst one another and into a collection bowls.
To make this relay more exciting, at the halfway mark the noodles were dipped in soy sauce, making them harder to manoeuvre.
The day was held to foster friendship, understanding and appreciation for student families of different cultures.
Newsletter, 13 Dec 2019
Ona Buckley, Woy Woy Public School
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