Last week we held a Halloween Carnival night for our students. CAVC has always paid attention to letting students know about Western culture through different kind of activities. Halloween is an excellent chance to discover more about the culture they will probably see for the next five or more years of their lives.
At the beginning of the event, teachers led students to explore the origin of Halloween and its traditions such as face-painting, Jack-o-lantern making and so on.
Jack-o-lantern Master Class
Bobbing for Apples
By learning different cultures, students develop new ideas and learn how to look at things from different angles. By expanding children horizons consistently and allowing them to experience another culture as much as they can help them to form their broad outlook as well as help them to be a few steps ahead of their peers.