Happy Valentine’s Day!!
Mercury class’ valentines
It’s been a long few months of hard work together! After a lot of work, the best thing to do is to appreciate each other and spread some love 🙂
Saturn class’ valentine
It’s important for a child to communicate their feelings from a young age. Maybe this weekend you and your family can practice saying some phrases together to show your love!
A sample of Jupiter class’ craft
Here are some popular lovely phrases we like to use in English:
I love you! Thank you for ____with me. You are special! I love your_____. You are so cute!
From all of us at International Language House…
WE LOVE YOU!
Families were given a guide to help them travel the “world”
Thank you to everyone who came to look at the final product of all our crafting at International Language House!
ILH’s 2020 Art Show’s theme this year was in honor of the Olympics. Since Japan is the host this year, we wanted to make an art show to celebrate the world through art!
Here’s a look into how the day went:
Our floor transformed into a world map, filled with colors and flags. We had chosen six different cultural icons to make and divided them up between our three classes. It went like this:
Mercuries made The Arc de Triomphe from France, as well as Christ the Redeemer from Brazil. Saturns made Matryoshka dolls from Russia, as well as a pyramid from Egypt. Jupiters made Niagara Falls from Canada, as well as Tokyo Skytree from JAPAN!
In a separate room, our kids and their parents made 2020 Olympic Ring glasses out of pipe cleaners. They all looked so cool!
What was your favorite part about Art Day?
Hello, World! Can you guess what our theme for Art Show is this year? Here’s a hint: these are some more ways we used all our collected cardboard at Language House:
Have an idea yet?
How about now?
It’s tricky to tell from the beginning stages, isn’t it? Each class has had two specific projects they have been focusing on, as well as some things everyone has been working on to piece everything together.
Art Day will be this coming Saturday from 10:00am. We are excited to see what you think on Saturday! In the meantime, enjoy our cryptic progress pictures….
Our school has been consumed by cardboard!
Leading up to Setsubun, we have spent a lot of time creating our own version of oni: masks, puppets, and even full body creations bigger than ourselves!
We successfully warded off the terrible oni with our chants, bean throwing, and bravery.
Now that Setsubun is over, it’s time to take home our crafts and focus on the next event at hand! Coming soon in part 2…