Winter Camp 2019

Dec 23rd - Dec 27th

【Let's go over World Winter Holiday Celebration ! 】

As winter holiday is coming, we would like to learn about other countries’ culture through their unique style of winter celebrations. For Christmas, some countries don't use Santa Claus as a Christmas symbol, instead they use Saint.Niclas. Some countries celebrate Christmas in summer. WHY? Through learning about how other countries celebrate Christmas, we can learn many new aspects of the world. This is project learning based on the IB program and the Reggio approach. 

The purpose of the camp is not simply learning facts about other countries, but rather developing respect for different cultures. Each day, we focus on one country or region to investigate the country’s culture and history.

At the end of the day, we introduce famous artists of the country and have the children explore art materials to create like the professional artists! 

 

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Date: Dec 23rd (Mon)  〜 27th (Fri)

    ※ You can choose 3 - 5 days.

Time: 9:00am 〜 2:00pm(Extended Childcare till 5pm.)

Students:  3 years old 〜 8 years old

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Dec 23 (Mon) : Christmas  < America > Modern style of Christmas

                          "Artist of the day" :  Alexander Calder (mobile), Mark Rothko, Roy Lichtenstein

 

Dec 24 (Tue) :  Christmas < Netherlands or Italy or Germany >  Traditional style

                       "Artist of the day" : (Italy) Leonardo Da Vinci, Bruno Munari, Sandro Botticelli

 

Dec 25 (Wed) : Christmas  < Africa: South America   > South style (summer time) 

                       "Artist of the day" : Tarsila do Amaral, Lygia Pape, Almeida Junior

 

Dec 26 (Thu) :  Christmas  < Israel >  Jewish Hanika 

                       "Artist Today" : Marc Chagall

Dec 27 (Fri) :    New Year Celebration < Around the world >

                         "Artist of the day" : Pablo Picasso (cubism),  Salvador Dalí (surrealism), Claude Monet (impressionism)

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Time Schedule:   

                       9:00〜9:15     Drop off & Free Play

                       9:15〜9:45     Circle Time - English song / Show & Tell

                       9:45〜10:30    Work Time 1

                      10:30〜10:50   Snack Time

                      10:50〜11:30   Work Time 2

                      11:30〜12:20   Park Time

                      12:20〜13:20   Lunch Time & Free Play

                      13:20〜13:45   Work Time 3

                      13:45〜14:00   Circle Time - Good Bye Song

Price:   5 DAYS : 55,000 yen + tax  (Members : 50,000 yen + tax )

                4 DAYS : 45,000 yen + tax  (Members : 40,000 yen + tax )

                3 DAYS : 35,000 yen + tax  (Members : 30,000 yen + tax )

Others: Lunch order 550 yen

Enrollment

 

Our Philosophy

PARENTS' COMMENTS

OUR TEACHERS

Teacher Kyle

From The United States

After School Lead Teacher

After becoming an English teacher in the U.S., he came to Japan and taught at a private elementary school. After learning and practicing the Montessori and Steiner approach, he found interest in the Reggio approach, and expanded his knowledge through self-teaching. He wants to express his love towards arts and crafting at Kodomo Edu international school.

Fernando Saiki

​(Tokyo University of the Arts)

From Brazil

Artist

He holds a Master's degree in engraving and printing at the University of Sao Paulo, which is said to be the University of Tokyo in Brazil. After that, he entered a doctoral course at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts, and is currently majoring in printmaking. His current studies in Ukiyo-e printing was sparked by his fascination for the subject. He is a great communicator with children, in which he approaches them to take out and explore their ideas.

Valentijin Van

​(Tokyo University of the Arts)

From Begium

Artist

Majored in jewelry design at Antwerp Royal Academy of Arts, which is the oldest and most traditional art school in Europe. After working in the metal sculpture industry for about 10 years, he came to Japan to study sculpture at the Graduate School of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts. He is currently enrolled in a doctoral course, after completing his Master’s degree. Not only does he have talent in sculpturing, but is also a great drawer. 

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