Arts and Crafts
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Arts and Crafts

The Kids of Asahan often visit the local village house ‘sisoq’ which means shell in Sasak, the local language. Here the kids are given donated toys and board games to use for a couple of hours in the morning. This is a great social meet up to interact with each other outside of school and both primary and secondary students. On this occasion pictured we used play dough to make mini fruit bowls and learn food vocabulary in English. @Milly
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