There was an explosion of map-making in the Primary 3 class this week. Ask your child if he or she did a map!
New Practical Life Activities
This week the Primary 3 students were introduced to some fresh new Practical Life activities. Ask your children if they had the opportunity to use any of these new lessons.
Further Australia Studies
This week the Primary 1 students learned about the continent of Australia. It is the smallest continent and has a wide variety of endemic animals. The students made their own finger puppets of some of the native Australian animals.
The Primary 3 students enjoyed a Me Museum exhibit presented by a classmate.
As a part of our 15 years 15 hours project, the students of Primary 3 created their very own peace rocks which will be spread around the community.
This week the non- napper students were introduced to the continent of South America. They learned about the Inca Empire: their knotted strings for record keeping, language, agricultural innovations and postal system. All of these amazing creations existed even when they lacked many resources. Students enjoyed coloring their own Inca mask.
15 Years, 15 Hours
As a part of their 15 Years, 15 Hours project, the Primary 3 students created adoption posters for some of the dogs listed on Liberty Humane Society’s website.
The Primary 3 students celebrated the birthday of a friend and they enjoyed meeting her mom and seeing photographs of her from each year of her life.
Speaking publicly does not come naturally to everyone, so there are many different ways to promote and practice this skill. One way is encouraging students to share during circle times and group discussions. During circle a Primary 3 student read a story independently to the entire class.