Laughing Peanut's unique and fun activities
Special days at Laughing Peanut
At Laughing Peanut, children and parents can spend special days filled with diverse experiences for better communication.
March - May
Special days for
a new start
- First day of school and adaptation period for new children (March)
- How is the day spent with mom at the nursery school?
- Planting seeds (April)
- Children pick the seeds that they want to grow and plant them with their parents. The seeds I planted with my parents! It will grow tall and strong like me, won’t it?
- Children’s day (May)
- Children transform into what they want and take pictures. What an exciting day!
June - October
Special days with exciting outdoor activities and parties
- Parents’ day (June)
- Children spend time with parents doing the activities P.E. teachers have taught so far.
- Water day (July, August)
- Children enjoy water activities with friends and teachers using a lot of toys.
- Korean Thanksgiving folk game day (September)
- Children experience various kinds of folk games firsthand by being an individual of the old times.
- Halloween party (October)
- Children enjoy the day in various costumes with friends and teachers.
November - February
Special days to get together and wrap up the year
- Take Your Parents to Lunch Day for 4 Year Olds (November)
- Children spend enjoyable time with parents by having lunch and sharing various stories.
- Artwork exhibition (November)
- Children take a look at the growth of our friends through exhibitions put together with their own artworks.
- NC Classic Club concert (November)
- A great time where the NC Classic Club and the parents perform classical music for the children. The club plays live music for the children.
- Family Festival (December)
- All the family gathers for a party where children present themselves on stage and enjoy the time together with everyone.
- Christmas Party (December)
- Children and teachers enjoy Chirstmas party
- Graduation ceremony (February)
- Children have grown up. Don’t we look grown up?