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Dutch - Language workshops

Dutch-language workshops

learning dutch through play

If children learn Dutch it is important to practice in their free time. There are plenty of opportunities for this not only during the school holidays but also during the school year. During these Wednesday afternoon or Saturday workshops, children can play games, make things, sing, listen to stories,…and learn new words while having fun. The monitor is there to encourage the children to speak Dutch. However, these are not supposed to be language courses. Spread over a few weeks, the workshop sessions culminate with an opportunity for the children to show what they have learned and made.

 

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Learning Dutch through play - Practising Dutch

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A reader from the De Horizon non-profit-making organisation uses a kamishibai (Japanese story-book theatre) to tell a story in simple Dutch. Listening to a story is great and it allows you to fantasise and dream about the story and the characters.
vliegicoon
de boesdaalhoeve
23 Feb

Learning Dutch through play - Practising Dutch

new
A reader from the De Horizon non-profit-making organisation uses a kamishibai (Japanese story-book theatre) to tell a story in simple Dutch. Listening to a story is great and it allows you to fantasise and dream about the story and the characters.
vliegicoon
de boesdaalhoeve
10 Mar

Learning Dutch through play - Practising Dutch

new
A reader from the De Horizon non-profit-making organisation uses a kamishibai (Japanese story-book theatre) to tell a story in simple Dutch. Listening to a story is great and it allows you to fantasise and dream about the story and the characters.
vliegicoon
de boesdaalhoeve
10 Apr
02.00 PM