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Highlights of the Week (22/23 Term 2 Week 21)

PN

It has been our second book week and we definitely had a lot of wonderful time with our PN friends and teachers at school! The storybook for this week is “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and we were all very engaged in playing the fun games and activities about this book. At the beginning of the week, we were all excited to meet a very hungry little friend called Caterpillar. We had a chance to feed the caterpillar with different food and sort them into heathy and unhealthy food. We love our new friend Caterpillar so much that we also made a craft to make of this little friend! We picked up some green ovals and stuck them on the white paper to make the body, followed by drawing the eyes and legs on. For Physical Play, we had a real blast crawling like caterpillars and flying like butterflies with our PN friends. For English, we did the revision on letter K to O and we did an amazing job on matching the things to the correct beginning letters! It’s been a fruitful week and we look forward to more fun in July!




K1

As we approach the end of the academic year, our K1s are enjoying our annual ‘Book Week’ where they will be exploring a different book each week. This week we read ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ together and had lots of fun discussing our takeaways from the story as well as exploring the concept of ‘small’, ‘medium’ and ‘large’. To wrap up our week on the story, we thoroughly enjoyed making bear sandwiches using peanut butter, Nutella, banana and blueberries on toast; what a delicious way to learn! In Critical Thinking, we wrapped up our ‘Under the Sea’ unit by speaking about the importance of keeping the sea clean. We delved deeper into this by looking into recycling our rubbish and we enjoyed learning about the different coloured recycle bins that we see everywhere. We played a game where we scattered ‘rubbish’ all over the classroom and the students did a wonderful job sorting all the rubbish into the different coloured bins; we hope they can practice recycling outside school. In Math, we tapped into simple addition with the concept of ‘adding one more’; it was great to see how quickly the students grasped the concept. It’s been a lovely week and we look forward to stepping into July! 😊




K2

What another great week of learning. We started the week by learning a new question word, which is ‘Where..?’ Look around your house and ask your child where certain things are. They should be able to answer the question with either ‘It’s..’ or ‘They are..’ We applied this new concept in our workbooks to remember them by heart.

In Phonics lesson we played “Say the Sound”. Each card has a consecutive point and you get that point when you can say the sound correctly. Blue cards, 1 point, yellow cards 2 points and green cards 3 points. We’ve learned loads of sounds this year and new ones too that will help us when we are in K3.

In Math lesson, we learned a new concept of measuring how tall someone or something is. We brought what we learned in the classroom in our play area. We measured our friends with things we can find in the play area. Wow! Some of us are definitely much taller from when we started K2!




K3

It’s week 21! Time has flown by so fast that it’s already the last week of June! Our K3 students have continued to learn more about the ocean zones. In this week, they have been introduced to the abyssal zone, which is even deeper and darker than the midnight zone! At the bottom of the sea, there are trenches, which are cracks on the ocean floor. Not a lot of animals can survive because it’s pitch black and freezing cold in there! We have also learned that some animals live in one zone actually dive down deeper to catch their food.

For Math, our K3 students have done revision on Time! We played games and made sure that we can tell the time using both analog and digital clocks! Every line on the analog clock means 1 minute, therefore each number on the clock is 5 minutes apart from each other!

We had such a busy week learning and practising our dances for our graduation performance. We can’t wait to show everyone the performance once we’ve perfected it! See you in July!




PN

今週的主題是「夏天到」的第二週,幼兒認識夏天天氣之外,他們亦嘗試用手去感受暖水和冰水,學習辨別冷、熱的感覺。

另外,老師向幼兒介紹夏天消暑的食品,幼兒亦親手去製作夏天消暑特飲,他們在活動中認識和品嘗各種夏天的水果,並從中享受食品製作樂趣,並踴躍分享品嚐後的感受。

最後,老師介紹夏天消暑的活動,請幼兒分享自己到沙灘玩樂的經驗,從中學習愛護沙灘和保持地方清潔。

學習目的:

(1) 學習製作夏日消暑特飲

(2) 認識冷、熱的感覺

(3) 分享去沙灘的經驗






K1

今週來到主題「夏天到」的尾聲,老師教授幼兒晴天、陰天及雨天的分別,幼兒都能輕鬆掌握。另外,透過影片分享,幼兒認識太陽會發光及發熱、月亮的形狀及變化,以及早和晚的概念。過去的一星期的天氣都十分炎熱,老師藉此介紹雨水的功用及不同的雨具,讓幼兒重溫各個天氣警告圖示,特別是各個暴雨警告訊號生效時,我們應待在安全的地方。


學習目的︰

1.能辨別晴天、陰天及雨天的分別。

2.認識太陽會發光及發熱並知道人類、動物及植物也需要太陽。

3.認識雨水的功用及雨具。

4.認識月亮的形狀及變化。

5.認識早、晚的概念。




K2

主題----「夏天」 來到「夏天」主題的最後一週。這週,老師帶領小朋友初步認識水的循環,並互相討論與分享節約用水的方法。像洗手後關上水龍頭。其次,夏天天氣炎熱,小朋友紛紛思考如何去避免中暑及暴曬。另外,本週延續上週繼續練習將「和」字應用在句子中,例如我喜歡…和…。

此外,老師利用小遊戲與幼兒重溫部首「木、艸、水」。小朋友還需要在課室內找出被隱藏的字,並說出它對應的部首。最後,老師與小朋友分享成語故事「天衣無縫」。讓他們了解到天衣無縫是指事物部署的周密完善,找不到任何的破綻。


學習目的:

1. 初步認識水的循環

2. 能說出消暑及防曬的方法

3. 認識成語「天衣無縫」的字義和讀音




K3

主題:「運動」-奧運精神

今週來到最後一週「運動」的主題。透過故事及教育電視分享,小朋友認識到不同的奧運項目,並了解到奧運的由來及「奧運精神」的意義。另外,老師也帶出殘障奧運會,讓小朋友知道殘障人士也能夠像健全人仕一樣參與運動比賽及獲獎,亦讓他們知道只要努力,即使身體殘障,每個人都可以在自己人生路上發光發亮;同時,老師也藉此教導幼兒尊重和欣賞他人的努力。

學習目的:

(1) 認識「奧運五環」

(2) 初步了解奧運會的標誌和運動項目

(3) 明白殘疾人仕亦有平等比賽的機會




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