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Let the Learning Continue!

The Community of Learning will continue into the summer, offering a few programs in June and many more in July!
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We have partnered with the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology (Penn Museum) for a World Wonders summer series that celebrates the diversity of the world’s cultures through live interactive virtual workshops. All programs are FREE with registration and activities can get hands-on, so be ready to make and create with us by checking out the recommended materials in the program descriptions.

Join us every Wednesday from June 3 to August 26 at 11:00 AM EST for a weekly trip around the globe from the comfort of your own home!

Check our YouTube Channel for recordings of the programs you missed! 

CILC FREE Virtual Learning Experiences for Adults

 today to help CILC continue to provide FREE programming to students, teachers, families and LifeLong Learners. 

"We have thoroughly enjoyed every session! We’ve attended multiple times every week for the past month and we could not be more grateful to you for making such a diverse offering available." - Teacher 




JULY 2020

A Trip to China and Beyond: Part 1 by Penn Museum

What are the routines and traditions of an elementary student in China? Educators share childhood memories of their hometown in China, as well as introduce the elementary school experience in the country. Through this journey, learners will understand basic Mandarin greetings and observe the similarities and differences in their own school experiences. Recommended materials: Paper and writing utensils

Audience: School-aged and Families
Date: July 8, 2020
Time: 11am EST

A Trip to China and Beyond: Part 2 by Penn Museum

Would you win a trivia game about China? How much do you know? Come play an interactive game which addresses stereotypes and misconceptions about China and Chinese culture. Participants will learn facts about China as a country and appreciate examples of its diverse cultures and languages. *You are encouraged, but not required, to attend A Trip to China, Part 1 prior to this workshop. Recommended materials: Paper and writing utensils.

Audience: School-aged and Families
Date: July 15, 2020
Time: 11am EST

Learn Egyptian Hieroglyphs by Penn Museum

For around 3,000 years, the ancient Egyptians used a writing system known to us today as Egyptian Hieroglyphs. What we see as pictures of animals and shapes are part of a complex writing system the ancient Egyptians used to communicate between each other and even to their gods. In this workshop we will learn how the ancient Egyptians used pictures, sounds, and something called determinitives to write monumental inscriptions as well as administrative, legal, mathematical, medical, and literary texts. Even love poems! Together, we will engage with one of the world's first written languages and end with a fun activity of writing our names in hieroglyphs. Recommended materials: Paper and writing utensils

Audience: School-aged and Families
Date: July 22, 2020
Time: 11am EST

Preparing for Eternity: Ancient Egyptian False Doors by Penn Museum

What did the inside of an ancient Egyptian tomb look like? What did people take with them into the afterlife? Learn about hieroglyphs, tomb offerings, and false doors—ancient Egyptian passageways between the worlds of the living and the dead. Create your own false doors by drawing hieroglyphs, ancient Egyptian art motifs, and the things you’d like to take to the afterlife. Recommended Materials: Paper, ruler, and writing utensils.

Audience: School-aged and Families
Date: July 29, 2020
Time: 11am EST



Contact Tami Moehring, CILC Content Provider Liaison, 507-215-3705.



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