APLS offers children the opportunity to learn the Mandarin Chinese or Japanese language and culture while having fun. The summer program will include activities such as arts, cooking asian food, counting with abacus, martial arts, music, painting, games, and other hands-on projects. K-5th Grade. Bellevue.
JCCCW is offering a fun program for youth this summer. Students will learn basic reading, writing and conversational Japanese language skills, also participate in a variety of Japanese cultural activities such as calligraphy, origami, martial arts, dance, games, singing, and much more. This summer camp is for students who are looking for an introduction to the Japanese language and the opportunity to learn more about Japanese culture.
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Started more than 19 years ago, NWLA Language Day Camps allow students to explore a country's culture while learning the language with lasting results. Campers enjoy a week filled with all the joys of summer camp in a picturesque natural setting, while being exposed to another language through a variety of activities that include games, music, sports, tasting ethnic foods, dance, drama, arts, and crafts. The week culminates with the presentation of an original play to the community.
Japanese classes are sometimes offered at Phinney Neighborhood Center.
Polly-Glots is passionate about the power of early foreign language education. On-site classes in Spanish, French, Mandarin and Japanese incorporate play, songs and movement to engage young minds and ignite cultural curiosity. Each twenty-week term teaches children themed and basic words, and is guaranteed to have children speaking the language after a few weeks.
Students will learn the Japanese music arts, mainly Taiko movements and rhythms, through 5-day sessions with professional Japanese Taiko Drummer instructors. The perfect combination of music performance and physical movement. Check out their Summer Camp Schedule.
Seattle Kokikai Aikido is excited to start enrolling parents and kids in the next Family Aikido session! Join us Sunday mornings from 9:00am to 9:50am starting on March 5th through April 23rd, 2017. Best for kids ages 5-11. Practices will be held at the Quantum dojo on Jackson and 18th in Seattle. We’ll explore basic movements and principles of Aikido practice to experience how martial arts training can be collaborative, constructive and engaging for the whole family together. Email for all the details and to reserve your space in this session. You may also visit our Facebook page for more information. See you all on the mat!
Seattle Public Schools Jump Start Program at McDonald Int'l
For more information about the August Jumpstart program for incoming Kindergarteners at McDonald Int’l - contact the office for details.
Sponge offers language classes for young children from newborn through elementary school. Come learn Spanish, Mandarin, French and Japanese.
Locations in Seattle (Leschi/Baker Ridge neighborhood), Bellevue and Redmond.
A program of the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington (JCCCW), offering culturally relevant and fun Japanese language instruction to students of all ages and abilities. Japanese classes are taught at JLS school at 1414 South Weller Street, Seattle
Join Akiko Ogami, a native Japanese speaker originally from Kobe, Japan for classes that include games to practice pronunciation, writing Hiragana and Katakana syllable alphabets, reading short stories, Kanji basics, counting in Japanese, and other hands-on activities. 6 – 11 years old. University Heights Center in the University District. For registration inquiries please contact: Akiko Ogami