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This is an international expansion channel suitable for all ages!
through life language. Let five-year-old children know a little about international affairs.
If the family is watching together
Not only can it respond to children’s questions immediately.
It also adds a topic of discussion and space for interaction for each other!
Just let me spend a few minutes.
Let’s share with you the recent international affairs~

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North America

"If you were Columbus who discovered the New World, where would you most likely land in North America when you set sail from Europe?"
A. Los Angeles B. Texas C. New York
Let teacher Lara take the children to look at the map, learn to identify the direction, and cut in from the perspectives of history, food, culture, fashion, etc., in a way that children can understand, and easily learn more about North America!


With the rising awareness of modern environmental protection, topics such as the greenhouse effect and melting icebergs are more and more widely discussed. At the COP meeting in 2015, most countries signed the Paris climate agreement, which is committed to keeping the global temperature from rising by more than 2 degrees. And to reduce carbon emissions. But a few years have passed... Maybe some plans have been disrupted because of the epidemic, but it cannot be denied that human beings can do more and more instantly! Let us care about the big and small things that happen on the earth we live in!

South America

The international outlook is inseparable from the international situation, the international situation is inseparable from the geographical location, and the geographical location is the key point of historical events I am used to looking at google maps, and the equatorial longitude and latitude lines are well drawn, but suddenly the dotted lines disappear. Do you still know where the equator is in the southern hemisphere? There is a country in South America, Ecuador Ecuador. The name of this country is the English name of the equator! The world is so big - what else is interesting in South America? Come and explore the rich countries and cultures of South America with Teacher Lara!


Those who control the present control the past, and those who control the past control the future.In Europe, which is rich in history, literature and culture, there are many well-known historical figures. Let Mr. Lara take you back to see what happened in Europe from the Age of Navigation, to the Renaissance, and then to the Industrial Revolution. And explore the relationship between different time and space backgrounds and historical events and modern civilization!


When you think of Africa, what comes to your mind?
Animals, blacks, poverty, hunger, war?
This should be most people's stereotype of Africa. The other side of Africa, however, is modern, progressive, and their everyday life. Before the stereotype is completely established, let the children open their hearts and get to know Africa, the ancient continent.


Speaking of Asia where we grew up, Teacher Lara will not only bring children to know and review Asian countries, but also explore history from different perspectives from the status of class and vassal state. A lot of things are interlinked, history turned out to be so fun, it turned out that there was no need to memorize it!


When it comes to Oceania, what else do you think of besides koalas and kangaroos in Australia? In the southern hemisphere, which is opposite to us in the northern hemisphere, what other interesting phenomena are there other than the reverse of the seasons? Let's explore together~

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The international outlook is not only in English, the real self-cultivation is cultivated from childhood!

From an early age, I have learned about the international outlook of all countries in the world!