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A Busy Week in Chinese!

Children in all Chinese groups have had a productive and fun week in their Chinese classes. 

  • Chinese Class_Role Play
 
Children from Years 2, 3 and 4 focused on reviewing and storytelling. They learnt the stories that covered all of the topics they’ve been learning this term. Year 2 learnt the story The Naughty Cat and created their own versions of the story. Year 3 learnt the story It is Raining and retold it using pictures and body languages. Year 4 learnt Seeing the Doctor and did role-play to act out the story.
 
Children from Early Years had a seasonal topic and focused on talking about springtime. They were asked to carefully spot the signs of spring from the nature around us. They also talked about what fun activities they could do in spring and it seemed that many children would enjoy a traditional Chinese activity – kite flying. After that, they learnt a beautiful poem about flying a kite and designed their very own kites!
 
Along with the coming Easter holiday, there is a Chinese festival coming as well – the Cold Food Festival (also known as Tomb-Sweeping Day). Children from Key Stage 2 had a cultural lesson to learn about the Festival itself and the related customs as well as the activities people usually have on that day.
 
By Jean Sun