In this lesson Ms. Fei helps children better understand important terms like “systemic racism,” “police brutality” and “injustice” that are very much part of current events and which they might be hearing in the Read More …
Ms. Min (Chinese and English Language) and Ms. Thanh (Vietnamese Language) introduce fruit in three languages, English, Vietnamese, and Mandarin. Listening to multiple languages prepares young children for language learning Read More …
Ms. Janet shows and tells students how to keep healthy all year round. First grade and younger.
What is sculpture? Ms. Fei show you one way to make a sculpture of your own Third grade and younger.
Ms. Min shows students simple shapes. Suitable for three year old and younger.
Ms. Janet shows students how to add things up to find out how many there are. Preschool
Ms. Thanh (Vietnamese) and Ms. Nga (English) give a few health tips then show how to cut and paste different shapes. Kindergarten and younger.
This book is suitable for three and under.
Ms. Pat reads a fun hide and seek story about a baby trying to find mommy. Suitable for three and younger.
Ms. Janet reads “Wash, Wash, Wash Your Hands. Suitable for Kindergarten and younger.
Ms. Fei teaches how to write a short letter and address an envelope to be mailed. Suitable for First through third grade.
This is a fun “Spring Dance” movement exercise presented as a bilingual lesson by Ms. Pat (English) and Ms. Nga (Vietnamese) for young children,
Infant/Toddler classroom teacher, Ms. Min, reviews basic colors for very young children. “Brown Bear, Brown Bear what do you see?