Carissa Anderson, 130 YinD One day after my second camp of the month, I wrote this on the Notes application on my iPhone while sitting quietly at a table full of teachers. […]
Gabe Reid, 130 TESS One of the greatest values of American culture is the Separation of Church and State protected by the 1st Amendment of the Constitution. Within the last 50 years […]
Carly Allard, 129 YinD “Oh, by gosh, by golly! It’s time for mistletoe and holly!” Except mistletoe and holly aren’t readily available in rural Thailand. Neither are traditional Christmas trees, holiday TV […]
India Wirt, 128 TCCS Many of you may see this title and instantly decide that it’s not for you. Maybe your school is lacking in resources, maybe you don’t see yourself as […]
Josh Kaufmann, 128 Chain Connection: Complete the following puzzle, work solo or play together with your fellow Volunteers!
Josh Kaufmann, 128 Scramble: Complete the following puzzle, work solo or play together with your fellow Volunteers!
Josh Kaufmann, 128 Crypto-Quote Complete the following puzzle, work solo or play together with your fellow Volunteers!
Erin Capina, 127 Picture this: you arrive home, put away the things that you’ve been dragging around all day, think about what you plan on doing to unwind, and turn around to discover a group […]
Kailei Kluck, 126 “Wa” a.k. You, Me, We Materials: None Time: 10 minutes Have the students form a circle. One person will start the game by sending the “wa” motion with their […]
Peace Corps Thailand Resource Wiki Nancy Bunyea, 125 The Peace Corps Thailand Wiki has an archive that volunteers can use to supplement their programs, projects, camps and lessons. Here is a sample of […]