Showing posts from February, 2018
Yesterday we read ' The Gruffalo ', and learned that owls, foxes, mice and snakes live in the forest. Since we don't have "deep, dark woods" in Bangkok, we will make one! We gathered leaves, twigs, rocks and other bits that you would find in the forest and will work for the next two weeks at creating trees, caves, and shelters for our forest with clay. What a great way to use our imaginations, cooperative skills, and develop our gross motor skills!

Design a 'scariest creature of the wood!'

International Day activities

This week, as part of our celebration for International Day, we have been learning about Canada. We have talked about famous Canadians, including Terry Fox, looked at Canadian money, talked about the most famous Canadian symbol, the maple leaf, and even watched some Olympic ice hockey!
Today, we learned a bit about a famous Canadian meal, Kraft Dinner!
Canadians love to eat Kraft Dinner with ketchup (tomato sauce), and hot dogs!  We eat more Kraft Dinner than anyone else in the world.

We loved it too!

We put the margarine in the boiled pasta
We took turns mixing the margarine
Fah Sai loves the cheesy taste!
Thumbs up from Hong Kong!
Thumbs up from Jae Yeong!
Nicha and Anya took a bite, but they didn't like it. Well done for trying something new, girls!
"More, please!"
 A resounding approval from Ryan.

Star of the Week!

Congratulations to Hong Kong, our Star of the Week!
Hong Kong was chosen to be star of the week as he has shown his dedication to improving his behaviour and getting along with his friends.
Well done!

Our Show and Tell will be next Friday, hosted by Anya!