Tenth grade students studying Chinese, French, and Spanish hosted World Language Fun Day on March 14 to share fun cultural activities with their Lower School friends. Students from each language set up a number of activity tables in the D’Olier Room of the Meeting House where first and second graders could participate in games and crafts that furthered cultural exchange.

As the Lower School students explored the “world” and experienced three different languages and cultures, they had their “passports” stamped to mark their travels. The first and second graders learned how to write Chinese characters, sing Chinese songs, say the names of fruits and vegetables in French, and play bingo in Spanish.