“Food” was the theme for the month of September. So we finished the month with fun cooking activity!! This day, the Sparkling Sapphires cooked Tacos Salad. Each child was given a bag with Tacos chips inside. Crashed the chips, and put them in a bowl. Lots of fresh lettuce with tuna mayonnaise, sprinkle lots of corns and decorate the salad with tomatoes!! And tadaaaaaaa!!! Yummy yummy tacos salad to take it home and enjoy with family!!! So, how was your very own salad?? 9月のテーマは”食べ物”と言うことで、9月最後はクッキングで〆ました。 この日はタコスサラダ！ 一人一人ビニール袋の中にタコスのチップを入れてもらい手で細かく割ります。 その上からレタス、ツナマヨネーズ、コーン、トマトを乗せて出来上がり！ お昼ごはんの後だったので、そちらのサラダはお持ち帰りをし、家でお父さんお母さん達と一緒に食べてもらいました。 自分たちで作ったサラダは美味しかったかな？？
On our last day of Summer school, there it is, what we’ve ALL been waiting for…(drum roll)
For morning activities we made our snacks and drinks we would have for the festival. They all turned out really nice and many of the kids had second or third helpings.
Thanks to all of you parents who sent your kids, we were able to have a wonderful Summer course this year.
It was sad to see our new friends leave, but we were all able to say goodbye with smiles on our faces. See you all soon!
What with the golden week and all, it really does feel like last month went by in a blur. Even after a whole week of absence, the Sparkling Sapphires were all smiles and laughter
Today the kids dabbed with a little archaeology – they tried with wooden hammers to save the toys trapped in ice. Breaking down ice with a wooden hammer isn’t really something they come across every day, it was definitely something new for them. Some were tentative, while others were enthusiastic. This day one of the boys decided to try and caress the ice (lol)
In the end it was the girls that saved the toys
And now we’re into September, it’s rain, rain, rain and yet more rain…
but our Sparkling Sapphires won’t let a little rain dampen their spirits! This month’s theme is “Food”
Fruits and veggies, fish and meat. Pizza and hamburgers, we’ll learn how to name all our favorite foods in English this month.
Since kids this age have very good hearing, their pronunciation is really good!
For this day’s arts and crafts we dipped various vegetables in paint and stamped them onto paper to make patterns. This craft was definitely lots of fun, but we had several classmates who were absent this day, so we are planning to do veggie stamps again next week.
We’ll be putting these up on the wall, so please do take a moment to admire your child’s handiwork when you’re here