In order to make children feel the exotic customs at the other end of the global village and cultivate children with the quality of "Chinese heart, world feeling". In January, we focused on Australia in the southern hemisphere. To make children feel the warmth of the other side of the earth and the diversity of culture, Yipai kindergarten launched the theme activity of "Australian Culture Week" this week. Follow the children to experience the different customs of the southern hemisphere.
澳大利亞周 Day 1
Australia Week Day 1
The national flower
In Australia, acacia is the most representative plant, is the national flower. There are about 1000 species of Acacia in the world, including 800 species in Australia, half of which grow in Western Australia. Around the streets, courtyards, squares and buildings in Australia, there are street trees or hedges planted with Acacia everywhere.
Although there are many unique plants growing in Australia, the importance of Acacia can not be concealed. The Darwinian class chose to use sponge brushes with paint to create these beautiful yellow flowers. By using sponge brushes of different shapes and sizes, the children painted the leaves and petals of Acacia on the black background card, and finally finished the work with dotted yellow.
澳大利亞周 Day 2
Australia Week Day 2
Meet the koala
Koala refers to koala, a precious primitive arboreal animal in Australia. Koala has a simple and honest body, looks like a cub, has thick and soft short grayish brown hair, and grayish white fur on the chest, abdomen, inner sides of limbs and inner ear.
Koala is one of the symbols of wild animals in Australia. We have all seen the pictures of these lovely animals swinging on the branches and gnawing at the leaves.
The children in the Harry Potter class use the art of Shape Collage to cut out the original shape and semicircle of old newspapers and magazines, and use semicircles of different sizes to form the head and body of the koala. Finally, they paste their nose and eyes, and the children complete their own koala. In the process of collage, the children have a new understanding of the koala.
Collage of Koala
澳大利亞周 Day 3
Australia Week Day 3
The Sydney Harbour Bridge
In the Sydney harbor of Sydney, Australia, there is a grand bridge known as the world's first single arch bridge, which is the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney Harbour Bridge is the representative building of early Sydney. It is like a rainbow across the bay. It is majestic and magnificent. Facing the world-famous Sydney Opera House across the sea, it has become the symbol of Sydney.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Tower and the Sydney Opera House have become the three major landmarks of Sydney. Such a grand bridge, created by the children of Shakespeare, made a different work through a small paper cup. First of all, understand the architectural characteristics of the harbor bridge, and use black paper pasted on the paper tray as the bridge. Then use crayons to color the bridge. In children's hearts, the color of the building can be colorful. Finally, the paper tray and cylinder are combined to complete the production of the bridge.
Creative Sydney Harbour Bridge
澳大利亞周 Day 4
Australia Week Day 4
Hello, Australian Aborigines
澳大利亞原住民是澳大利亞最早的居民，他們屬游牧民族，沒有固定的居住點，分散在整個澳大利亞，在歐洲人占領澳大利亞之前，共有 500 多個部落。他們靠獵取袋鼠等動物為生，以野生植物、堅果、漿果等為輔助食物。狩獵者使用裝有石刀的矛和飛去來器作為捕獵工具。
Australian Aborigines are the earliest inhabitants of Australia. They belong to nomadic people and have no fixed settlements. They are scattered throughout Australia. Before the European occupation of Australia, there were more than 500 tribes. They live by hunting kangaroos and other animals, with wild plants, nuts and berries as supplementary food. Hunters use spears with stone knives and flyers as hunting tools.
The flyer used by Australian Aborigines - not for fun, but for hunting! Flyer, also known as boomerang, is a tool that can fly out and back. It has many ways to play. The teachers of Victoria class introduced the traditional patterns and patterns of Australian Aborigines to the children, and then left the children free space to use their imagination on the homemade boomerangs. The combination of various colors and patterns made each boomerang bloom in the air.
Congee with Nuts and Dried Fruits
Don't be greedy, little child. It's the new year after Laba! This is a folk saying, which also means that Laba begins the new year.
Laba Festival, commonly known as "Laba", is the eighth day of the twelfth month of the lunar calendar.Most parts of China have the habit of drinking Laba porridge. From this day on, the flavor of the new year gradually becomes stronger.
Laba porridge, also known as "Qibao Wuwei porridge", "Buddha porridge" and "everyone's rice", is a kind of porridge made from a variety of ingredients. The traditional ingredients of Laba porridge include rice, millet, corn, Coix, red dates, lotus seeds, peanuts, longan and various beans. The children of Victoria class make different kinds of Laba porridge on paper with clay and various ingredients of Laba porridge. Take it home and share it with your parents! Remember to have a bowl of Laba porridge, drive away the cold at the same time, together to welcome the good luck of the next year!
The theme activities of Australian culture week and Laba Festival have been successfully concluded in a series of wonderful activities. The theme activities of this week have made children feel the joy of multi culture. We have made Acacia, koala, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Australian Aboriginal flyer, together to experience the Australian cultural customs on the other side of the earth.
Through the activities of Laba Festival, we can understand the origin and customs of Laba Festival, and inspire children's love for Chinese traditional culture.
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