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Fall Schedule For Playschool

Author:Author unknown, Issue: July 1999, Topic: Education

The Fall/Winter Playschool term will begin Sept 22nd with an Open Day. This will be a great chance for those who may be interested in enrolling their child to come and see what Playschool is all about.

Playschool is a pre-school type of activity for English-speaking children held Wednesday mornings during the school term at the Tsukuba Christian Center/YMCA building near Daiei. Children enjoy various activity centres as well as arts and crafts much the same as one would expect to see at a Western kindergarten or preschool. We also have a small library from which the children may borrow books. Children aged from 3 to 7 are welcome to enroll at any time during the term.

If you would like to attend Open Day or for further information, call Dianne at 0297-68-3317 or Manisha at 0298-32-2059.

<< Japanese Classes: Fall 1999 | Master Index | Religious Activities in English: July 1999 >>


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