Happy Birthday for December Children!

Once a month, we celebrate children's birthday with children's ideas. This month, we made a cake together, and we had a special guest visited us!       A mom helped baking a cake, and       And,…

Thank you for coming our Open Day!

Thank you for coming all the way to Villaggio!  It was nice to meet and talk with you guys!  We had a good time♪         We would like to invite the community to come and learn more about us!  We…

A Nice Autumn Weather!

  It was such a nice weather! So, we went out for walking.   Tomorrow, we are going to visit JIS (Japanese International School) to see what “big” kids are doing!  It will be a fun day…

Photo Album, "A Day In Villaggio"

These are images of a day at Villaggio. Just a normal, ordinary day. Most photos have comments like "What are children doing here? And, why?" So, please take your time to enjoy〜! Photo Album, "A Day In Villaggio"   Photos taken…

Happy Birthday for October Children!

Happy Birthday for October Children! Preparation for the birthday party     Children said they needed cake for the party, so they also prepared their own cakes..                 Happy…

Sep 30, 2016. Tree Top Cottage 『樹屋田荘』

  In Lam Tsuen, we have a lot of trees here. When children saw a big tree, they said, “Let's make a treehouse!”   Well, I wish we could... but we can't make a treehouse on somebody's tree, so we went Tree Top Cottage…

Italian ECE Educators Visit!

On September 21st, from Italy, early childhood educators visited Villaggio! They are from Hoopla Education, which is well known for their world wide gardening project. Their focus is on the young children's nature inspired programs. So,…

Thank you for coming to our open day!

Thank you for coming to our open day! We could see a lot of smiles!!!  

Sep 12, 2016. Making Mooncakes!

  お手伝いに来て下さったお二方、本当にありがとうございました!!!子供たちも凄く喜んでいました♪ (Thank you for coming to help us!!! Children really enjoyed it!)

Bruner’s Influence in Reggio: One of many "Layers of Science"

Today, I was teaching my intern teacher about how activities should be presented to children. I told her that “hands-on experience is first, then drawing (visualizing), and if they can, go deeper like symbolizing, encoding 2D to 3D, etc.”…