Whether it is Konnichiwa, Bonjour, Buenos Dias, Namaste, or any other language, it is always good to greet and be greeted with a smile and a Hello!! To celebrate International Day, as you already know, we are collecting your pictures via Google Drive or E-mail (please check email sent to each family on Wednesday, March 18th). We have gathered some activities that you may want to do with an international flair. Hope you enjoy them!
Here are some songs you might like to sing-a-long with:
Here are some activities you can do:
* Coloring Pages : Open the links, print and color
Welcome to India! We will make a Rangoli today.
If you don’t have round coffee filters, you can use any kind of paper — preferably something that the ink can bleed through to make the design symmetrical.
Let’s learn some African Dancing. You can follow along to the beat of the African drum!
Now you can make your paper African drum! Ask your mom or dad to draw the shape for you if you can’t.
The bald eagle was chosen in 1782 as the emblem of the United States of America. Its long life, great strength and majestic looks, as well as it not being found on the European continent made it the choice of the new settlers.
Here is a Bald Eagle craft for the children to make.
Thank you for spending time with us today! We hope you enjoyed International Day. Although our post ends, here, you can continue on with these activities as many times as you like.
Next week will be our Spring Break, so there will be no blog posts. You can go back to all of the stories and activities. Remember, we listen to good books over and over!!
Have a nice day and we hope to see you soon! Sayonara, Au Revoir, Adios, Good-bye!!