Cross-cultural Exchange for Children

Parents, along with their children ranging in ages from two to eight, played games and did activities in their native languages. Plastic key rings with hand written messages in Italian, Tagalog, and Chinese were made and given to the children.

Here’s what some participants had to say:

“I enjoyed talking with foreigners because I usually don’t have a chance to talk with them. I thought it was a good experience for my children as well.”

“I was surprised to see that we have the same games in our own countries. The words may be different but the rules are the same.”