November 17

November 17, 2011 at 4:29 pm | Posted in Giggles, Lollipop, Transylvania | 7 Comments
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November 17: All in a day’s play.
This is a bulletin board at the international school my children attend here in Romania. If I hadn’t told you that, you’d think it was a typical American classroom, wouldn’t you? The bright bulletin-board border, the English sight words, the carefully colored pictures on the wall … Those are all things we love about the school. It’s just like home. And we also love that it’s nothing like home. The children come from a hodgepodge of countries, from Sweden and Belgium to India and Jordan. They eat the traditional Romanian soup and second course for lunch. They learn dances, songs, and poems from all over the world. It’s, quite literally, all in a day’s play.

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Fluffy Bunnies in Romania:
Read the tales
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See the photos.

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  1. Fun Foto! Colorful and creative ~~Happy TAT ~ Carol (A Creative Harbor)

  2. Sounds like school there is fun – which is what it is supposed to be isn’t it?
    Thanks for your comment on my post – it’s appreciated. :))

  3. It really sounds like a great place to learn.

  4. You are right- I never would have known if you had not told us. 🙂

  5. It sounds like a wonderful place to learn, how lucky your children are.

  6. Sounds like an amazing school!

  7. You are all really lucky to get to experience a different culture. Sounds like they go to a wonderful school.


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