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YCIS Hosts “Battle of the Bands”

April, 2010
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FIS Students Attend World Scholar’s Cup in Beijing

April, 2010
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FIS Raises Funds for Haiti

April, 2010
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Concordia Senior Helps Out in Haiti

April, 2010
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Genres: Out the window or aren’t there enough yet?

April, 2010
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An important job of School Librarians is to ensure that students are exposed to a wide variety of literature.
Regular book talks are part of regular meetings with my students. I recommend books because a particular character is interesting, the theme relates to my audience (teenagers), the book ties in to a particular unit in the [...]

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What Makes a Montessori Classroom Special?

April, 2010
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There are many things that go into making a Montessori classroom. The most important things are the teacher and the “prepared environment” The teachers create the classroom, making the “prepared environment”.
Dr. Montessori spent 50 years observing children and came to know that both the teacher and the activities are linked. The classroom is “prepared” [...]

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Technology for the Tech Generation

April, 2010
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As a typical 15-year-old student, I take pride in the fact that I am fairly tech-savvy. Every day, I use my computer at home or at school to write word-processed documents and go on the Internet, my cell phone to make calls or send text messages, and my iPod to listen to music and play [...]

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Duke of Edinburgh Gold: The Ultimate Hiking Adventure

April, 2010
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Bright and early on a clear day, armed with rucksacks that weighed twice our body weight, walkie-talkies that beeped incessantly, and a map marked with a rather long squiggly line, we set out on our hike through the jungle in Chiang Rai. Most of us had experienced the challenges of hiking through the Thai rainforest [...]

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Parents and Kids: Making Music Together!

April, 2010
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On a pleasant Thursday morning, a group of Moms and their young toddlers gathered at the Royal Pavilion Clubhouse in the French Concession in Shanghai to attend their regular weekly session of “Music Together”.
Music Together is a unique program that focuses on “experiencing music” for young children, ranging from infants to pre-schoolers aged six [...]

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BIBS Family Fun Fair

April, 2010
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Beijing Summer Camps 2010

April, 2010
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AEA/US Embassy Summer Camp at Beijing City International School

Dates: June 14 through August 6
The AEA/US Embassy Facilitated & BCIS hosted Summer Camp 2010 is open to English speaking children ages 4 to 13 years old. Programs include sports, arts, culture, weekly field-trip and lots, lots more [...]

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Chinese Summer Camp at Neighborhood Chinese School

April, 2010
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Ages: 5 - 12 years  Dates: June 14 to August 20
Neighborhood Chinese School has 6 years of experience in teaching Chinese to kids and adults in Beijing. They also offer cultural instruction in traditional Chinese arts (Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, Paper Cutting, Clay Sculpture, etc.) as well as sports activities (Swimming, Tennis, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, [...]

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Summer Enrichment Programs at The Learning Center

April, 2010
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Ages: Grade 1 - 11
The Learning Center is launching its 7th summer of Enrichment Programs, beginning June 28th. Programs are available for students in grades 1 through 11, and cover topics ranging from dinosaurs to essay writing. For high school students, TLC is offering SAT, IB, and IGCSE preparation courses, as well as private tutoring [...]

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Children’s House Summer Camp 2010

April, 2010
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Ages: 1.5 to 6 years
This summer, 6 weeks of in-school camp at the Children’s House International Montessori Kindergarten offers lots of fun for children from 1.5-6 years old. Each week, they will journey to a new continent and explore the wonders of our World through music, dance, story, song, cookery and more.
E-mail: paulazhou@montessoribeijing.com

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Etonkids Summer Camp 2010

April, 2010
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Dates: July 5 to August 20
The Etonkids summer camp program is specially designed for children with a focus on arts & sport, communication & expression so as to develop a wide range of skills whilst also allowing children to have fun with friends in a supportive and joy-filled environment. Through unique learning games, children discover [...]

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