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Dynamic and Creative Week

Children in all Chinese groups have experienced a dynamic and creative week.

  • Dynamic and Creative Week
  • Dynamic and Creative Week
  • Dynamic and Creative Week
  • Dynamic and Creative Week
  • Dynamic and Creative Week
  • Dynamic and Creative Week

Reception children are learning about transportation. They practiced songs and chants about transportation. They made and designed their paper boats and they were very proud about it. 

Y2 Tianan Men children reviewed the Chinese characters through various games, and the card game is one of their favourite.

Y3 Forbidder City students learned the story “the milk is dirty”. They practiced the Chinese characters with the Chinese writing brush. Children felt it was really fun and cool to write Chinese characters on the magic water-writing cloth with a brush.

Y6 Lama Temple students practice Chinese characters with jigsaw puzzle. They need to write the characters out by themselves, which they think is challenging but fun.

By Cheryl Xu

Chinese Teacher