Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Ian decided to make reading phonics phones for his Eagle Project. He worked really hard at R.C. Willey's hotdog stand to make the money to buy the materials. His next task was to organize "Pack Night" and teach the Cub Scouts how to make reading phones as a service for the children at Sierra Bonita Elementary School. Teachers use the phones so that kids can do independent reading, whisper the words into their phone, and hear their pronunciation to see if it is correct.
Ian got to plan some fun Christmas skits for the packs to present to their parents.
He got to teach the boys to make the phones.
Supervise the phone making.
Feed them treats afterwards.
Go visit Santa Claus!
Ian's last steps are writing up his project and delivering the phones to Sierra Bonita Elementary.
Thanks so much to Brother and Sister Anderson for the Eagle Project idea and for helping Ian every step of the way! Thank you!!