This week in our Atsuta group English lesson, we created 'Corn Flour Yucky' - traditionally known as 'impossible slime'.
Everyone worked together to measure flour, add water, and mix. We soon discovered mixing was going to be a tricky task as the goop hardened with rigorous movement.
Onlookers joined in on the fun as we added more flour and water, crafted sticky balls, and even tried eating it!
Afterwards, we enjoyed munching on Australian chocolate-covered slice.
At Second Family English, we use hands-on fun and games to encourage language acquisition for all learning types.
Science experiments, cooking, building activities, ball games, and teamwork are a big part of our lessons as we study vocabulary, grammar, body language, culture, and social interaction.
Group lessons are held weekly, and are open to children of any age or nationality living in Nagoya.
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kids + corn flour = mess
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