Grades 3 to 6 students have Math class almost everyday in school and that’s four times a week. We call our days based on the activities we do and it follows the Concrete Pictorial Abstract Approach or the CPA Approach (watch out for another blog on this topic). Our Math days are called: 1. Meaningful […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thank God it’s Friday (TGIF)!!!! This is the world’s constant status every Friday for Friday marks the start of the very much anticipated — WEEKEND! Students or workers alike can’t wait for weekend for it’s the time for rest and recreation. However, while most people love to just stay in their beds during weekends, some […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
One of the main goals in our Math class is for students to see how useful math is in our daily lives. On the first day of classes, we used 2 apples and tried to find math concepts in them. When we observed the apples, we were able to use the math concepts of counting, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Promotion of healthy eating shouldn’t be just done during Nutrition Month but for the whole year round! As the saying goes, “Health is wealth!” So, are you thinking of ways to help your children appreciate and eat healthy foods? Why don’t you use music? Sounds hard? Nah! Let the 3rd graders of Nest show you […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Makalipas ang ilang dekada, muling huminga, dumilat, gumalaw, at nagsalita sila Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, at Emilio Aguinaldo sa katauhan ng mga mag-aaral ng 6-Martines sa pamamagitan ng kanilang proyektong “Caricarton!” Mula sa kanilang imahinasyon at kahusayan sa pagguhit at pag-arte, nakilala nila ang mga matatapang at tanyag na Pilipino na ipinaglaban ang ating bansa […]Continue Reading... No Comments.