Using trash to make the traditional Kendama toy which is highly popular in Japan, teachers of the 3-year-old Kindergarten class – Hana – in Japanese International School (JIS) created a fun lesson for their students. For some parents who came to observe, even they were so attracted to the game that they lost all track of time.
Colourful heart-shaped cards are the gift that children of 2-year-old class in Japanese International School (JIS) made for their mothers on the occasion of Vietnamese Women’s Day, October the 20th.
In the morning of Sept. 27th, kindergarten teachers at Japanese International School (JIS) organized a birthday party for children born in September. Although there were no sweets or fruits, the teachers still turned it into a warm, meaningful and fun celebration with the participation of kindergarten students. The birthday celebration in many other kindergarten schools […]
Students were excited and engaged in learning how to do maths quickly and read words aloud, thanks to the unique teaching method of Prof.Kageyama Hideo.
As people who do “quiet” job every day at the school since the beginning, our securities and gardeners share several meaningful things they learn here.
At JIS, every lunch is not only a meal but also a time when students are trained to eat nicely, not to waste food, to practice teamwork, and to build gratitude. The pictures of JIS children's lunch below will interest many people when the things thought to be found only in Japan are being done every day by the young generation of Vietnam.