Parent’s Day : Art And Craft Class

The other day it was parent’s day at my elder daughter’s school.

I accompanied my younger daughter to her art and craft class because my wife needed to work that day.

Children made paper arts with soapy water, straws and paint.

At first children blew through a straw into the soapy water in the plastic cup.
Then they put their paper on the cup when the bubble grew to its full size.
The bubbles left an interesting pattern on the paper.
They could also mix the paint coloring on the paper.
Of courese my younger daughter and the parents was able to participate in the class and make their own works.
My younger daughter put her hands in the cup but she laughed loudly.😦

This is of my elder daughter’s work. It is quite unique.

This day gives us a chance to know how our daughters talks to their friends and how they study in class every day.

After the class, the elementary school teachers held a disaster exercise in preparation for things like an earthquake.
We parents had to take our children home on foot while we checked for dangerous routes such as where a block wall might fall.

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I live in Kawagoe-city Saitama-prefecture Japan. There are many traditional warehouses in Kawagoe. So many Japanese and the people from overseas come to sightseeing. http://www.koedo.or.jp/foreign/english/index.html

20 thoughts on “Parent’s Day : Art And Craft Class”

    1. ありがとうございます。私も、こんなアートがあるとは知りませんでした。子どもによりいろんな個性がありました。

  1. I love Children’s Art. Very spontaneous, innocent, bright and colorful. It’s a joy to look at them. I feel like the proudest dad when my son makes his drawings. Your daughters are very artistic. congratulations!

  2. Love the artwork your daughter created. I think it’s great that parents got to participate in the disaster training, as well. And that the school considered the route home following a disaster as a good training. It is. Too many schools just focus on lock-down and not how the kids should safely get home.

  3. My daughter’s school has a science fair each year and each class has a display table and sometimes an activity – the bubble art was hosted by the Kindergarten class one year – it was a very popular site!

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