November couldn’t have been better! This month, the students continued to actively engage themselves in the learning activities we’ve presented to them in class. Even during the week long class suspension for the ASEAN summit, the students were responsible in getting their school work done. Its amazing to see the eagerness of the students to learn. To give you a glimpse of that, here they are in class!
In Math, the students are learning about division concepts. The students have been doing differentiated learning activities. Here they are working in pairs and solving problems in their worksheets regarding estimating quotients with the use of digit cards.
The students are enjoying the investigatory projects we’ve been having in class. Here they are experiencing doing things without the help of their thumbs such as writing, picking up objects and opening bottles. This was done in relation to our lesson on structural adaptations of animals. The reflection of the students reveal their understanding on how the physical qualities of animals help them survive.
This month, we also celebrated Book Week. The students enjoyed the activities that the Library team provided for them. They had archery, a storytelling and art activity led by Mr. Boulton and we were also able to see the great performances of the other levels of the various books they represented.