Children’s Day School Visits

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Children's Day School Visits・子供の日 学校訪問

April 30 - May 3 and May 7 - 9, 2018

Kodomo no Hi (Children's Day) is a Japanese holiday held on May 5th, which promotes the welfare and well-being of children.  The holiday is celebrated with displays of Japanese dolls, hanging of Koi Nobori (flying carp flags) and by serving Sakura mochi, Japanese sweet made of rice and azuki beans.  As part of our goal to preserve and cultivate Japanese and Japanese American culture, the Children's Day School Visit program introduces children to the Japanese tradition of Children's Day through hands-on activities and craft projects.

15-minute tour and explanation of the Children's Day doll display collection
A special Japanese game or craft
Japanese Folk Tale Storybook Reading

 

Registration for 2018 School Visits has closed. Thank you for applying.

Due to the program's high demand, we are only able to accept a limited number of classes this year.  Classes will be selected and notified via email or phone call based on the following priority:

 

子供の日 遠足・学校訪問

JCCCNCでは子供の日を祝い、毎年お子様のための遠足・学校訪問を行っています。アクテビティや工作を通じて子供の日について楽しく学べるプログラムとなっています。」 

  • 簡単な子供の日・伝統人形についての説明 (15分ほど) 
  • 日本のゲーム、工作 
  • 日本昔話の読み聞かせ

Volunteer at our School Visits Program!

We are still looking for volunteers to help with school visits! Click below to sign up for a volunteer shift. Volunteers can sign up for up to 2 shifts per day of the program, Shift A from 9:45am-11:00am and Shift B from 11:15am-12:30pm. Volunteers will be asked to assist with the arts and crafts activity or Japanese folk tale storybook reading.

このイベントはボランティアも募集中!

下のボタンをクリックするとボランティアのシフトにサインアップすることができます。最大一日2シフトまで可能です。シフトAは9:45a.m. ~ 11a.m.で、シフトBは11:30a.m. ~ 12:30p.m.となっています 。ボランティアの方々は主に工作や読み聞かせなどのお手伝いをしていただきます 

 
 
 

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