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Junior Open Classes

Class 1 really had fun today! Having class with Mommies and Daddies watching made us a little bit nervous, but we tried hard and did our best! We had a good time singing the ABC song and doing our phonics activity. We were also able to use our big voices and call Alex Alligator in for a fun time. Unfortunately, Eric ate all of the fruit we needed for the Alligator Party, but we went to the fruit shop to get some more. Afterwards, we got to feed all of our alligator friends! They were so happy that they even changed color right before the party! At the party, we got to sing the alligator song and eat lots of yummy fruit. Thank you so very much to all of the parents who came to IYK today to join our English activity. Your support means a lot to us: children, teachers, and staff. With your support, we will keep getting better every day!

Class 2 had a lot of fun during English Activity today! The kids were a little nervous with having Mommies and Daddies in the room, but they were very happy they came and were so glad to show off for Mommies and Daddies! They played a phonics game after the ABC song, and the children got to go to a fruit shop and pick fruit that they wanted. They took turns feeding the alligators and helped the animals feel happy instead of hungry. We celebrated our successful Alligator Party by singing a song for the alligators. Thank you, parents, for being so supportive and instilling your kids with a love for English! They are so proud and have grown so much!

Class 3 had so much fun today! We were a little bit nervous about Mommies and Daddies coming to see us, but everyone did a fantastic job singing the ABC song and having fun with Alex Alligator. The children were not shy to use big voices as they went shopping for fruit and reported what they had gotten. It was great to see the big smiles on everyone’s faces when the alligators are the fruit and changed color! Thank you to all of the parents who came to IYK today. Your support means so much. See you later alligator!