The third day started with playing around with kids for a little time and we continued with the first activity for them. We played games like “Head, shoulders, knees, and toes” so kids could learn body parts, a dance “Baby Shark” so they would know how to say Mom, Dad, Grandad, and Grandma. Next – lesson. We thought them words like spoon, knife, chopsticks, bowl and etc. Simple sentences like “would you like…?”, “welcome”, “thank you” and many more. The kids were super happy and wanted more and more of the games and lessons. Later it was time for them to teach something new. So we wore traditional H’mong people clothes, made rice cakes (which was very interesting, but quite a hard process) and prepared food for chickens. At the late evening, I had a meeting with A Chu – owner and creator of the homestay “A Chu” (where we stayed). He told me how his business started, what struggles he faced and all the inside details of the homestay, so I could get a clearer vision in order to make a good video for Hua Tat Village trip (for the next volunteers).