Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Special Exposure / Wordless Weds: Pirate Chicken

At James' bike camp, all kinds of motivators are used to encourage the kids to keep working at pushing their pedals and keep moving forward. I saw visual boards, dolls, and running buddies used to great effect.

There were other items available for use, which served as distractors for those who were in need of a diversion to discharge before refocusing. James latched onto this little beauty with glee:

What is that thing?

A rubber chicken. A pirate rubber chicken.
It really worked - know why? It squeaks when you squeeze or shake it. Arrrrrrrgh, Matey!

There he goes, off to the right. He had his fun before getting back on the bike.

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