Another year has come! We welcomed 2019 by being more open-minded in learning and discovering new things.
November is a month to be thankful for so many things. We are thankful for all the new lessons and activities that we’ve learned in Kindergarten and looking forward to many more to come.
Our highlight for this month was the book week where our class chose “Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” for the presentation. They definitely worked hard and enjoyed as they performed a skit and a dance number.
October was such a busy month for Kindergartners! It was filled with fun and exciting activities and celebrations. The children had a lot of activities in class from their different subjects where they continued to practice team work as well as working independently. We had our spirit week where children dressed up in costumes everyday for a week based on the different themes.
We also had our United Nations day celebrating our different nationalities by wearing our costumes, performing, attending cultural workshops and eating diverse kinds of food. We ended the month by celebrating Halloween. The Early Years children were able to go to different stations to make masks and paper bags, prepare food and play games. It’s definitely an October to remember!
The children traced Max’s and Mei’s body and labeled it with the body parts.
Another month has passed by! September was a time for the kids to get to know each other more and build friendships with the help of the different fun and hands-on activities in class.
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In Math, The Kindergarteners learned about numbers 1-20 with the use of manipulatives such as unifix cubes, counters and pictures cards. They also had games where in they got to work in pairs or groups. This way, they learned how to collaborate with their classmates.
In Science, the students learned about force and motion. They had a lot of experiments where in they did hands-on activities like rolling balls to see who can go faster, and playing with cars in ramps to understand what friction can do to the speed of things. They also learned about the different simple machines and had the opportunity to create their own simple machines using recycled materials.
In Social Studies, we focused on showing respect and practicing team work. The students were given different activities so they can learn to help each other during group work.
In ELA, the students learned about the different letter sounds and were able to apply it as they start choosing and reading books from the classroom. They have also started to put their ideas in drawings and writing.
Indoor and outdoor play is the time they get to explore different toys and play area. For indoor play, the children enjoyed playing with the cooking items, legos and connect four. During outdoor play, they loved going to the slide and playing with sand and water.
Welcome to Kindergarten!
The school year has a lot in store for us. Exciting times ahead! I am looking forward to get to know you and your children. I believe our collaboration will result to an engaging and fruitful learning experience that will benefit the children in Kindergarten KD.
I am Tin Dalisay, and I will be your child’s homeroom teacher this year. I took my undergraduate studies at Miriam College with the degree in Child Development and Education and I have finished my units in Family Life and Child Development in UP Diliman. I have been teaching for 10 years and had the experience of working with Preschool and Grade 1 children in Casa Montessori Internationale, My First Skool in Singapore and Keys School Manila.
I am very excited to be part of your child’s holistic development. As I believe that each child is unique, this year will be filled with various activities that will help your child express their individuality and reach their best potential.
In our journey to acquire new sets of knowledge and skills, please be assured that I am here to guide and help your children reach their aspirations and goals. Together, we may communicate through your child’s assignment notebook, e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by setting an appointment with our Executive Secretary, Ms. Kitin Conchu (email@example.com) or at Tel. No. (632) 798-0011 Local 103 or 116.