EXCHANGE OF JAPANESE SCHOOL WITH BINH AN DEVELOPMENT CENTER
On the morning of May 22, Binh An Development Center welcomed The Japanese School’s Principal, teachers, and 46 students to socialize and study together.
Even though space is limited, this does not hinder everyone’s passion for play. Japanese teachers and students had effectively recycled cartons, plastic bottles, and paper into amazing and remarkable play props such as hoop-la, tossing balls into boxes ranging from easy to difficult, bowling, aircraft launching, and so on.
Teachers and students also produced gorgeous paper templates to learn how to fold pictures: birds, aircraft, heart shapes, etc., for the goal of “play-based learning.” The exercise lasted little over an hour, but the center children were highly engaged.
Before departing, the Japanese School’s Principal would like to offer appreciation and gratitude to Friends For Street Children (FFSC) for the warm welcome and hospitality on behalf of the Japanese teachers and students. He hoped that today’s program would offer delight and bring joy to the children at the center.