World Missions Institute–a Kid’s Eye View

I really wish I would have thought to take some more pictures of the kids and all the things they did, but fortunately, the teachers for the older class did a very nice job of taking pictures during all the field trips. I was going to ask Daisy if she would do a guest post on this topic, but she is at camp all week, so this post may be updated in the next couple of weeks. Here’s a visual look at some of the fun they had.

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Keeping the heat at bay.

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Fun in the sun

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Visit to a dairy farm.

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A couple of balloon-heads and the morning worship time.

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An outing to the greens

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The whole crew times 3.

I’m so thankful for the wonderful child care they had. They also did some activities with the older kids on being “third-culture kids” and what that means and how to prepare to leave well.

The younger class had 8 kids including Chimp and Rosebud (3 of them under the age of one). They didn’t go on any field trips for obvious reasons, but the 3-4 year olds did get some sprinkler time and park outings several times.

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  1. Kudos to the child care workers for great pictures and lots of great activities for the kids!!

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