Activities and Fireworks for Hospitality
1. Craft – Napkin Folding
2. Key Points - Hospitality
3. Collaborative – Party Planning
4. Writing – Book Report
5. Math/Logic – Morra: Ancient Greece math game
6. Genius Principle – Sidekick – being a friend
7. Big Activity – Mealtime Etiquette
8. Movement - Serving Tray balancing game
Review the story of the Odyssey
Experience elements of hospitality
Play a party game
Build challenge: Decorate for Halloween
Weekly teen hangouts in Santa Ana: https://www.facebook.com/events/317560022131506/
Disneyland meetup: October 17 - Hospitality https://www.celebrationeducation.com/copy-of-theme
Field trips – Note: some trips have limited space – register now!! https://www.celebrationeducation.com/field-trips
10/31 Calico Ghost Town
11/14 Solar Tour and Demo
11/28 Prosthetics Tour
10/24 Celebration: Odysseus's Homecoming https://www.celebrationeducation.com/celebrations
Read through the fireworks and choose about five that you think might interest your child. Allow him or her to select 1-3 of them.
What is your favorite dinner food? Find a recipe for this food and figure out how much of each ingredient you would need if you were to feed twenty people.
Compare the Odyssey to the Wizard of Oz: the Lotus-Eaters/the field of poppies, Poseidon/the Wicked Witch of the West, Athena/Glenda the good witch, Odysseus's crew/Dorothy's companions, and the journey home.
Write a full book report on the Odyssey.
Try some of the foods eaten in the Odyssey: goat, cheese, goat's milk, mutton, honey, white barley meal, fish, birds, meat, bread, ambrosia, red nectar, olive oil, figs, pears, apples.
Practice various napkin folding techniques.
Plan a party
Make wrapping paper by stamping newsprint.
Make greeting cards.
Prepare and serve a fancy meal for your family or other guests.
Listen to some music that originates in ancient Greece.