For the United Nations Month, the preschoolers learned about the countries of Italy, Hawaii, Madagascar, and Japan. They engaged in variety of learning experiences as they discover the culture and beauty of each country. UN Exhibit All the children’s artworks were showcased at the Assembly Area, ranging from 2D to 3D art, which they worked on for about two weeks. It showed how the children used different art techniques, recyclable materials and art materials to complete their country-related artworks. Look at their sample works below:
The children came to school in national costumes of different countries. They were given their Nest Passports and they began their day by visiting different classrooms assigned as different countries. In each classroom, they are expected to do an activity related to a specific country.
Paper folding (Origami)
Paper plate shaker
Watching and learning the Hula Dance
Pizza bread making
At the end of their travel, they were able to bring all the artworks home, including the pizza bread. It was a fun day for the preschoolers, as they became little travelers during our United Nations culmination. The teachers also enjoyed as they came in different national costumes too, representing the countries they are leading.