|Chinese Ancient Currency: Cast coins||Week 4: 7/3,5,6,7/2023||Morning||3-7|
|Numbers in Chinese poetry||Week 4: 7/3,5,6,7/2023||Afternoon||1-2|
|Chinese Paper Cutting: “Design” your wish||Week 5: 7/10-7/14/2023||Morning||3-7|
|Chinese Geography: Get lost in extinct animals’ habitat||Week 5: 7/10-7/14/2023||Afternoon||1-2|
|Ancient Chinese Inventions and technology||Week 6: 7/17-7/21/2023||Morning||3-7|
|Chinese mythical creatures: Find the mysteries||Week 6: 7/17-7/21/2023||Afternoon||1-2|
Week 4: 7/3,5,6,7/2023
Cast coins – Chinese Ancient Currency (3rd-7th Grades)
If you were the king of the country, how would you design your money? What is the special meaning behind it? Let us travel in time and explore the stories behind the Ancient Chinese currency. This camp is instructed in English.
Numbers in Chinese poetry (1st-2nd Grades)
Reading Chinese poetry and immersing yourself in the culture is a great way to learn the language. It will also be fun to hunt all these exciting numbers from the poetry and discover their fascinating math ideas. This camp is instructed in English.
Week 5: 7/10-7/14/2023
Chinese Paper Cutting: Design your wish (3rd-7th Grades)
Paper cutting conveys the nature and symbolism of traditional culture with its own particular language. Say your wishes out loud with your design and from your precise movement with scissors. This camp is instructed in English.
Chinese Geography: Get lost in extinct animals’ habitat (1st-2nd Grades)
Knowing animals is a way to love animals. Where did they live? What did they eat? Let us visit their home and learn about Chinese geography. This camp is instructed in English.
Week 6: 7/17-7/21/2023
Ancient Chinese Inventions and technology (3rd-7th Grades)
A small invention can change the world. The Ancient Chinese were renowned for some advanced inventions and technology, many of which have a lasting influence today. Perhaps, you are the shining inventor we have been waiting for! This camp is instructed in English.
Chinese mythical creatures: Find the mysteries (1st-2nd Grades)
Dragon, Qilin, and Phenix? How about a fox with nine tails? A one-legged ox? No one will be too young or either too old for fairy tales. Escape the natural world and enjoy the fairy tale fantasy. This camp is instructed in English.