He replied, “You of little faith, why are you so afraid?” Then he got up and rebuked the winds and the waves, and it was completely calm.
Matthew 8:26 (context)
Playing with crayons! Specifically, black and yellow crayons to make a practice intersection for the class next week.
Partway through I had an epiphany: If I don’t indicate which way the lanes are going, I dramatically increase the number of scenarios we can play out. At the same time I realized that we could use post-it notes to flexibly indicate lane type. We’ll use really cool working miniature bikes and try out different scenarios of where you should position a bicycle in the lane, where you should start moving over, where you should scan, and so forth depending on where you want to go through the intersection. I prefer hands-on playing over lecturing when I teach.
I guess I’m as prepared for Monday as I can be. It’s going to be rocky (and, more than likely, freezing, rainy/snowy, windy, and horrendous…and that’s just the weather!), but whatever happens, Tuesday evening I’ll be home with some interesting stories to tell.