Lab three at Saint Mary's went very well, for the most part. Last week as i said, i did a very good job when i taught my game. The kids really liked it, i wasnt nervous at all, and the game went really well as a whole. This week on the other hand, went a little bit different. I taught a game that was similar to a different game that the kids are familiar with and they called me out on it. But i didnt let that get to me and i kept going. I easily could have tried to explain myself to the kids that it was a totally different game, but that would have been silly. So i taught the game, and everything went well. The big thing here is that i may sometimes fail when teaching. And the one thing that i can not do is get discouraged. It happens to everyone and is just a temporary road block. One that can easily be overcome. Other than the game itself, i thought i did a better job than the previous week. I was very loud, and got right to the point. With games that tend to take a little bit longer to explain, i have recognized that the kids sometimes lose focus as well as thier interest. So being loud, energetic, and enthusiastic is definately the way to go.