Tonight, we hosted another Pop Up classroom. We thoroughly enjoy these, because it allows us to get face to face time with kids while putting to practice various aspects of our curriculum. At this Pop Up, we focused on the question: What is more important, sight or sound? Our students went through a series of pictures of advertisements. Some had pictures without words. Some simply words, like Got milk? Then we discussed what it would be like to see these without hearing them. Further, what if we couldn't see them, but we could hear the words being read? We had a Socratic discussion about what students felt was more important regarding those two key senses. Students discovered things like how hearing impaired people tend to have amazingly keen visual senses. Students then guided each other through an obstacle course using only sounds. Then, they repeated the activity in a few different ways, causing them to rely on their team. The community that they created in the short time of such a challenge was beautiful to see. They not only were able to take away a gratitude for what they had, even greater was the appreciation they gained for those who need accommodations for these two senses in particular.