What does it mean when someons says to "put your foot down?" It means that you need to take a firm stand on something. What you have decided is not to be negociated.
So, how do you use it?
- My mom had to put her foot down on me asking for an iPhone 6s.
- I had to put my foot down on doing her homework for her.
What does "black sheep" mean? It means someone who is causing trouble in the group, family, class, and etc.
The examples are:
- Karen, the black sheep of the family, always causes trouble when we go out.
- Owen who was always the black sheep in the family, turned out to be the most successful person when he grew up.
Now, can you make some sentences using "black sheep" and the picutre on the die? ^_^
This game is developed based on Montessori style of learning. It comes with three sets of materials:
- A magnetic game board with Montessori grammer symbols.
- Printed cards with the grammer symbols on the background and the vocabulary words on the foreground.
- A decagonal die
January 3 - January 9
Tuesday: 4:00-5:00 phonics/5:00-6:00 basic reading/6:30-8:00 intermediate reading
Wednesday: 5:00-6:00 phonics/6:30-8:00 intermediate conversation activity
Thursday: 4:00-5:00 basic phonics/5:00-6:00 basic reading
Friday: 3:00-4:00 intermediate reading/5:00-6:30 intermediate conversation/reading activity
Saturday: 10:00-11:30 English activity/11:30-1:00 cooking/1:30-3:00 adult conversation
January 10 - January 16