幼稚園概要

International “|” School

International “I” School provides its students with the opportunity to take the first steps towards becoming global citizens.
In Japan today English has become very important. We provide English education that meets the needs of children.
I School has a consistent policy of early childhood education with a focus on five areas of learning; language, expression, health, relationships and the enviroment. Through this policy, the children will learn to be honest , happy members of their school and communities.

入園について

Educational Policy 2 Homeroom teachers (Japanese and foreign)
Number of Students Admitted
Entrance Fee 70,000yen
Monthly Tuition 38,000yen
Opening Hours 8:00am — 7:00pm
Teaching Hours 10:00 — 2:00pm
School Bus Bus Routes: 2 Bus Routes
Monthly fee:2,000yen

給食について

Monthly fee:4,200yen

Starting from this year, as a new event we will be starting an International Lunch.
We will be incorporating different representative foods from around the world in the Lunch every month.
Also, in order to give the feeling of having gone abroad to a different country,
we have even made passports. In April, we ate the English dish Scottish Eggs.
The children even wrote in their own passports themselves in English. Like this, little by little, we would like to help them learn that there are various kinds of countries around the world.
This month, we will be having the Mexican dish Tacos and Chiliconcan. Please look forward to it!

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5月は、メキシコのEVEENTS Cinco de Mayoでタコスを食べました。
年長さん、年中さんは、自分たちで、作って食べました。とってもおいしかったよ。
来月はロシアのビーフストロガノフとピロシキですよ。おたのしみ。

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6月のinternational Lunchは、ロシアのビーフストロガノとピロシキを食べました。ビーフストロガノフには、生クリームもかけましたよ。子ども達にも大好評でした。「ママに作ってもらおう。」とつぶやいていました(笑)子供たちも毎月楽しみにしているようです。来月は、アメリカのHOT DOGを自分たちで作ります。おたのしみにねっ。

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今月のInternational Lunchは、Hot Dogを作りました。アメリカの有名な食べ物です。
子ども達は、アメリカの色々を、教えてもらいながら、自分たちで作りました。
自分で作ったHot Dogは、格別おいしかったようです。
来月は、お休みですが、9月は、スペインのオムレツですよ。たのしみだね。

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9月のinternational Lunchは、スペインのパエリアとスパニッシュオムレツ、ガスパチョでした。
トマトをたくさん使った料理でした。スペインの建物の話をしたりフラメンコの話をしたりして、過ごしています。
来月は、どこの国かな?おたのしみに!

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今月のInternational lunchはインドでした。メニューは、インド豆カリー・ナン・チキンでした。
各クラス、インドの旗を作ったり、インドの文化を絵本やCardで、学びました。 大好きなカレーに、大喜びの一日でした。

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12月のInternational Lunchは、韓国のビビンバ,チャプチェ、わかめスープ、ナムルでした。韓国の文化の話をしたり、簡単な韓国語を教えたりしました。子ども達も意外に言葉を知っていて、「アニョハセヨ!」「カムサハムニダ!」なんて出ていました。ランチもおいしくて、完食の子ども達がたくさんいました。

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年間スケジュール

4-5

Birthday Party
Entrance Ceremony
Parent-Teacher Meeting
Spring Picnic
We had our spring picnic atcycle park with mom. We rode on many bicyeies. We had a lot of fun.
Health Check
Cinco De Mayo
Cinco de Mayo is a celebration in Mexico and The U. S. A. It celebrates the victory of Mexican forces over the French army. The celebration includes traditional food, music, drinks and games.

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6-7

Father’s Day
Father’s Day is a holiday to celebrate fatherhood and parenting by males, just as Mother’s Day celebrates motherhood. Typically giving gifts to fathers and celebrating as a family is the main event of the day. Father’s Day is celebrated on different days in different countries.
Star Festival
Parents Observation
Summer School
Summer Vacation

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8-9

Summer Vacation
Water Play

10-11

Sports Day
Vegetable Picking
Bus Picnic
Worker’s Day
Halloween Party
Halloween is celebrated on the night of October 31, most notably by children dressing in costumes and going door-to-door collecting sweets or money. It is celebrated in much of the Western world, though most common in the United States, Puerto Rico, Ireland, the United Kingdom and Canada. Irish, Scots and other immigrants brought older versions of the tradition to North America in the 19th century. Most other Western countries have embraced Halloween as a part of American pop culture in the late 20th century.

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12-1

Winter Presentation
Christmas Party
Christmas is a Christian holiday held on December 25 which celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.In Western culture, the holiday is characterized by the exchange of gifts among friends and family members, some of the gifts being attributed to Santa Claus. However, various local and regional Christmas traditions are still practiced, despite the widespread influence of American, British and Australian Christmas motifs disseminated by film, popular literature, television, and other media.
Winter Vacation

2-3

Puppet Show
Bean Festival
Parents Observation
Farewell Party
Graduation Party