so Al-Wāḥa thinks it can dance!
Published: August 3, 2018
Ahlan, wa marhaban bil-jamee' ila Al-Wāḥa!
After breakfast, the villagers headed to writing practice, if they were two-week villagers, and to study time, if they were in the credit program.
Meanwhile, the day campers were learning "Yallah Nrooh Nistad Al-Dib" or "Let's Go Catch the Bear" with their counselors.
In the istikshaf (exploration) period, villagers learned about the environment, including the causes of global warming.
In the next hour, villagers headed to their mughamara, where they reviewed the past week's lessons.
Another group learned about the countries and capitals in the Middle-East and North Africa.
One of the credit classes presented the family trees they had made yesterday, with the word for "brother," "mother," "sister," etc... on the outside and the name of that family member and the city in which he or she lives on the inside.
Afterward, we headed into the arts and sports period. Some played with clay, while others played with mosaics.
Next door in the matbakh (kitchen), a group was making cheese samosas!
In the musalsal today, the tooth fairy is driven out of Goha's house by Fayrouz, Um Kulthum, and Robin Hood, all of whom are trying to win her affection. Robin Hood and the soldier both go to the witches to ask them to give them back the tooth fairy's heart. They both pay the price by turning into a bear and crocodile respectively. The witches then keep up their end of the bargain and return the tooth fairy's heart.
For today's evening program, we held a dance competition between houses or buyoot.
And that was it for the day! Thank you, once again, for stopping by our virtual Al-Wāḥa! Please come again!