Pilling diagrams

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On 5 Dec 2006 at 10:07, Sophie Rickebusch wrote:

> I also like to draw diagrams when trying to figure out a difficult dance.
> Sometimes I use bits of paper with numbers in different colours

Yes, but have you got round to tracks delineated in pink and blue
dotted lines?

 - and I suspect
> I'm not the only one to have sat on her bed at Summer school getting 1st tea-bag
> to turn 2nd sugar RH while 1st sugar and 2nd tea-bag dance round them...
>
> Sophie

I didn't think of this when 'inventing' Everything Stops for Tea. And I
usually take sugar too.

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I actually climbed the ladder to my parents' attic to find a bunch of
those Playmobil figures from way back when. They're convenient because
they come in obviously different colours, there are boys and girls, and
they're now wearing track-and-field style numbered bibs as well :^)

Anselm

Very ingenious. I should think there is a ready market for those at
teacher training courses.
R

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