Wow! More children than last week!

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We were so excited to see a new group of children this week! We had about 8 children join us. They were from the neighborhood. We had a great time playing Captain, May I? and learning about the parts of a tree. The children were eager to practice their new phrases during break time. Everyone was saying, “May I have some water?” Don’t worry, we were going to give them water anyway! We were just happy to hear the children practicing. The great thing about our camp is that we have been fortunate to have non-native English speakers and English speakers at our camp.  The English speaking children provide a nice balance and support non-native students growth in English.


About Michaela Chatman

Michaela Chatman is the founder of Camp Roadless Summer Visual and Performing Arts Summer Camp based in the Tokyo area. She has taught in Chicago, New York City, Hiroshima, and Tokyo. She has worked with children from ages 5-16. She is a dedicated fan and supporter of the arts. She performs locally in Tokyo with Kaguratei, a blues band. She is an active member in TELL:Exceptional Parents Group, Japan Affiliate of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum (JASCD), Tokyo Investment Group, and Pink Cow Connections Networking Group. For fun she organizes The Tokyo Lovers Pizza Meetup Group.
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2 Responses to Wow! More children than last week!

  1. roadlesswandering says:

    Thanks! I will keep posting!

  2. roadlesswandering says:

    Thanks, do you have any ideas to share?

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