Sandwich Day: Class for Students

Making sandwiches is always fun, but it teaches a lot of practical English as well as encourages children to try out making food for themselves. In the kitchen, though, it’s essential for parents to supervise any children’s involvement with dangerous items and tools. We were making sandwiches, so everything was prepared beforehand and the bread was already cut.… Read More »

Rain, rain! Go Away!

View this post on Instagram With yesterday's rain gone, one of our students wrote a story! #Worksheets, #美語 #兒童美語 #幼兒美語 #esl #efl #englishlearning #learnenglish #storywriting A post shared by 狄克森美語 (@nozkidz) on Mar 9, 2018 at 12:35am PST

Writing Letters to Each Other

In these days of email, it’s a rare thing that children receive or get to send letters. This week’s activity was a round robin activity where students got to write a letter, mail it, and wait for a response. I’ve attached the images of letters that the students wrote for each other. It’s a small class at the… Read More »