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Cultural/Extracurricular Activities Course

Wei Hwa Chinese School provides extracurricular activities and cultural classes for both children and adults. All courses except Tai Chi meet either from 1pm-2pm or 4pm-5pm on Sundays so as not to conflict with the Chinese programs. Tai Chi classes meet from 2:30pm-4:30pm (or 5pm) on Sundays, all ages and levels of experience are welcome. All extracurricular activities and cultural classes in the 2022-2023 school year will start on 9/25/22 and end on 5/7/23

Course Description
Martial Arts
1-2 PM
All ages
Basic martial arts instruction in Karate, taekwondo and judo.
Chinese Yoyo
1-2 PM
ages 6 and above
The diabolo (Chinese yoyo) is similar to a western yo-yo, a traditional children's toy, shaped like a dumbbell. This course will teach some basic skills to play and perform by.
Children Art Work
1-2 PM
All ages
Ink wash painting, watercolor painting, sketching and comic illustration.
Folk Dance
1-2 PM
All ages
Basic ballet exercises using Chinese folk dance props such as fans, handkerchiefs, ribbons, and paper umbrellas.

Cultural Course Description

Course Description
Math Basic
1-2 PM
1-6 Grades
This course focuses on basic number concepts including Addition, Substraction, Multiplication, Division.
Math M
1-2 PM
6-8 Grades
This course will combine Pre-Algebra and Algebra I together.
Math H
1-2 PM
9-12 Grades
This course primarily covers Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus.
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Extracurricular Activities Course Description


Tai Chi Course Description

Tai Chi

In regular courses, the instructor will also warmly invite all students to participate in Tai Chi seminars in the Greater Washington area. During summer, students can go to Tai Chi Square to continue training, focusing on both theory and practice.

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In addition to teaching Cheng Man-Ching Tai Chi Chuan, the Tai Chi class also teaches Tai Chi Push-hands, Tai Chi Sword, Tai Chi Saber, and Tai Chi Staff.

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