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Virtual Kids Club - Dandelion

Wed., Jun. 10, 2020 5:30 p.m. - Wed., Jun. 10, 2020 6:00 p.m.

Location: Zoom

Contact: Confucius Institute - 306-337-2653

dandilion.jpgDo you know dandelion is a common meadow herb of the "Sunflower" family?

Do you know there are about 100 species of dandelion, and all are beneficial?

Do you know the name “dandelion” comes from the French “dent de lion” – lions’ tooth, which refers to the serrated leaves.

This week, our Virtual Kids Club members will explore this very commonly see yellow flower with our instructors. During the session, our little ones will learn how to:

  • Identify the parts of a dandelion (root, stem, leaf, flower)
  • Say the word "Dandelion" in English and Chinese
  • Create a “Dandelion Floer Painting” together



  • A4 size paper
  • toilet paper roll
  • scissors
  • acrylic color-white(or any color you prefer)
  • painting brush
  • Q tip (optional)


Family Resources:

Toilet Paper Roll Painting/Dandelion


Confucius Institute Virtual Kids Club (June)

Do your little ones know that plants are living things?Online-Kids-club-Jun--July.jpg

Do your little ones know that plants have a life cycle, just like humans and other animals?

While the summer is just outside of our windows, the Confucius Institute would like to invite your little ones (4-6 years old) to explore the plant world with us in our Virtual Kids Club every Wednesday, 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm via Zoom! Please see the dates and topics below:

Date & Topics:
June 3rd (Life Cycle of Cotton Plants)
June 10th(Dandelion)
June 17th(Flowers)
June 24th (Cactus)

To register for the June Kids Club sessions and obtain the course links, you can email with the name and age of your child(ren) by 4:30 pm, every Tuesday to receive the log-in information for Wednesday. We will share the zoom link and session reminder shortly after the registration closed.

The session will only open to a limited number of students to maximize their learning experience.

First come, first serve!