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More artistry fom one of the other completed classrooms and the music room:

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao.

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao. Housekeeping Center. Calling it “Children’s Home” makes me think it’s a place for orphans.

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao. Construction Center. The closest wall art came to “art with purpose” if only they had intentionally made the buildings out of different shapes.

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao. Reading Center.

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao. Art Center.

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao. Music Classroom Door. It took me a few weeks to realize those were books under the green hearts.

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao. Music Classroom.

August 18, 2011. Yanjiao. Music Room. I was pleased with the selection of children’s instruments lined up on the shelves.

The school held demonstration classes to help recruit students. Part of it was in the classroom,

August 21, 2011. Yanjiao.

and part of it was led by the music teacher. The music class was very similar to Kindermusik and I wondered what kind of special training the teacher had received. The music also sounded much like my Kindermusik music only it was in Chinese.

August 21, 2011. Yanjiao. Music class.

And finally, here is a look outside at the playground and the apartments across the street. (There were many developments in the area that looked like these. My apartment building was identical to these but located behind the school building.)

August 19, 2011. The outdoor playground and the view to the right.

August 19, 2011. Directly across the street.

August 19, 2011. The playground to the left.

(for a look at other classrooms see Welcome to Yanjiao and Welcome to the Doghouse)