A Boeing MD-11 freighter operated by United Parcel Surface (UPS) experienced the collapse of its nose wheel during a failed takeoff from Seoul Incheon airport. The aircraft (N277UP) was operating flight UPS61 on the Seoul Incheon-Anchorage route, and the incident occurred at 10:30pm local time on Monday 6 June, says UPS.
Pass the Parcel: unwrap layers of bags to get to the goodie inside. Each bag layer has an action or way to sing on it. Kids sing while parcel is passed, and when pianist stops, child holding it will unwrap one layer. They then stand up front (or inside a circle) doing the action until the song is over (so each child only has one turn).
#4: Pass the parcel When the parcel arrives to a child, it is his/her turn to unwrap one layer. To mix things up a bit, you can include notes between layers, such as “Pass the parcel to the next person who is wearing red!” or “Tell a joke or miss your turn!” We also tricked the children with the size of the parcel by wrapping a bunch of layers on a box, then hiding that box into a larger box and adding more layers.
Long-gone East End London - Telegraph: Small is Fun, March 7, 1939 Children who are small enough to pass under an archway in Bow, east London, qualify for a weekly parcel of toys. In 1907 the headmistress of Devons Primary School in Bow, Clara Grant, set up a wooden arch on the pavement, inscribed with ‘Enter all ye children small, None can come who are too tall’. Any child able to pass through the arch without bending could receive a parcel of toys for a farthing.