English teaching volunteer in Dongri no Mori

Let’s teach the local kids English!! English teaching volunteer in Dongri no Mori

If you like kids, if you like teaching English, if you want to have a cultural exchange with Japanese children… Well, this is your chance!

Why don’t you come and let the kids have a unique experience communicating with foreigners and learning English!

CHAPPE English Volunteers last year, in Chiba prefecture

CHAPPE English Volunteers last year, in Chiba prefecture

We’re going to “Yotsukaido playpark Dongri no Mori”

Dongri no Mori is a play park full of trees and wildlife(^∀^)♪. Dongri means “acorn” in Japanese and as the name suggests, we can find them here. I wonder if it’s the right season?

Donguri no mori, literally "Acorn forest"

Dongri no mori, literally “Acorn forest”

Below are a few of the many activities we will be doing

★Painting name plates & sign boards in Japanese and English

★Exchanging each other’s outdoor activities from back home

★Using marbles to create kawaii accessories

We plan to make this a special and fun experience for both students and children!

<Details>

Time&Date: August 23rd Friday (it will be postponed to the 30th in case of rain)

10:00 – 13:30 (Meeting up at 9:30 at the Yotsukaido station entrance)

Place: Yotsukaido play park Dongri no Mori

690 Warabi Yotsukaido-shi Chiba-ken

HP: http://www.dongrinomori.net/

Application: TEL: 03-6683-0584

E-mail: chappe@cue-group.co.jp

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

*The application will be closed as soon as the number of participants reaches the limit.

Operating company: CUE Co., Ltd.

3-3-24 Minami-Aoyama Minato-ku Tokyo

TEL: 03-6683-0584

URL: http://www.cue-group.co.jp/

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