Friday, September 28, 2007
How Do You Say "Thank You" in Japanese?
This afternoon we were visited by Rey Sone, a special friend of Megan's family. Rey is from Japan, and was eager to share some of her culture with us. What a treat! We made origami hats, made special Japanese symbols with ink and rice paper, and practiced using chopsticks. Rey was so generous - not only with her time, but with her materials. She insisted on leaving our classroom with supplies for future projects. I'll be sure to have the children write a special thank you note next week.