A CHILD’S VIEW
One of my enjoyments is playing Hangman with the Willy Wonka Juniors. Georgina and Emanuel Fardoulis, on an Apple IPad.
It is an application game downloaded from iTunes. One player adds a word to begin. The second player has a number of chances to guess the word. The laughter and joy of playing this game is gratifying, engaging fun, learning to spell with a child. The most challenging element I find, the shorter vowel words, the more difficult it is to win. There are many words that sound and are spelled alike, however, have a different meaning.
Georgina has quickly learnt to outsmart me when playing with words. She listens before she acts. Calculating her next pounce like a kitten, amusing with her awareness. Emanuel uses his gift of rambling in public relations. He is a people’s person, gifted in communicating, his sharing nature is of no surprise. Always giving me clues to assist me win the game..! Whispering in my ear!
Georgina is laughing in the background as she watches my wrong choice in a letter of the alphabet. Giggling with happiness as she hears the sound of a bell ring ‘game over’, she jumps up & down “I win I win”…!
When visiting the Fardoulis Chocolates factory recently, I asked them why don’t we play a new game. You can assist me in ‘The Offer’ and promoting a gift box of chocolates.
This came about when Georgina was listening to a conversation. She asked how to spell ‘SALE ‘ and I replied with, “What are you referring to? A SALE or a SAIL on a boat?”
Georgina is well aware of chocolate gifting, especially when it comes to her friends at school. We started by learning some new words and their relevance to a promotion. Finishing with her offer, a gift box of chocolates. Continue reading »