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.
This quarter, the second graders have been learning all about adjectives. Over the past few weeks, we’ve learned about sense adjectives, emotions, and characteristics. It was so much fun to think of adjectives to describe people, places, animals, and things around us. (The kids will tell you that it was especially fun to describe food!) […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Last September 17, to further our learning about food and the places where food come from, the Preschool A went grocery shopping at the Savemore Supermarket! During our exposure trip, we brought along our big grocery list, an eco-bag and heaps of curiosity. At the supermarket, we were on a mission to purchase mangoes, watermelon, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Eat healthy. Be fit. Every month, classes from Kinder to Grade 2 (K-2) have their Happy Day during Assembly time to introduce the theme of the month. Since July is Nutrition Month, we had a Storytelling Activity about healthy eating. We read Ang Ampalaya sa Pinggan ni Peepo. Last July 21- 24, 2015, K-2 classes […]Continue Reading... No Comments.