Practical life is an area that is always changing with new materials. This week the children were excited by a new multi-step lesson where children learn to zip and fold a jacket.
A Primary 3 student was excited to share more about herself in this week’s ‘Me Museum’.
As children grow and their pencil grip gets better, you will begin seeing those papers that resembled small scribbles turn into intricate designs.
Tracing a Map
Have you ever tried tracing a puzzle? It’s not quite as easy as you may think. The Primary 3 students are traced each individual puzzle piece and later color it. A work like this could easily take more than one school day to complete. These multi step activities promote independence coordination concentration.