First day of school started with delight!
Names, classroom rules and routines were learned during the first week.
Students were so energetic and very eager to learn.
We sang our names, learned few routine songs and name songs. We reviewed action songs and nursery rhymes we already know.
We made our first ever artwork in Art class.
We drew and hand printed some artworks.
Our artworks will be displayed in our Art Gallery.
Table captains are ready and responsible.
We will always start our P.E. class with warm up and rhythmic activities. We also learned our Gym Rules and warm up dance.
We are looking forward to a great year!
Thank you parents and students for showing up during the Student-Led conference!
Students shown their parents the skills gained and topics they have learned.
They presented their Art portfolios, played instruments and sang songs.
Here are some adorable pictures and videos!
To celebrate Earth Day, we made sure to encorporate the 3R’s in our projects. We REDUCED, REUSED, and RECYCLED.
Here are some activities we did!
Tree Branch Painting
Nursery worked as a team to paint the branch we got from scavenging outside the classroom. We made sure it’s clean and started painting. We had so much fun.
Nature Scavenger Hunt & Earth Art
Pre-K were given a list and worked in pairs to collect materials for our Earth Art. Here are some photos!
Used Paper Blotter Bug
Kinders made blotter bug for their Art Book using used papers.
This quarter, we will create an Art Book for Kindergarten. This Art Book contains art concepts and artworks Kinders learned and made throughout the whole year. We will certainly take one step at a time and do our best to make our book a meaningful and an artistic portfolio.
Kinders were tasked to draw a picture on how they go to school everyday.
They were asked to include relevant details and drawing concepts they learned.
Page One: Primary Hands
They traced their hands and color them in the primary colors, RED, YELLOW and BLUE.
Page Two: Mondrian Art Coloring
A supplemental art for the Primary Colors.
Page Three: Blotter Bugs
An art activity in learning secondary colors. Kinders learned to mix the colors bu combining paints using paper. Because it was Earth Day, we used recycled papers.
The following meeting, after drying the paint, we drew details to make it look like bugs and glued those in their books.
Page Four: Caterpillar Pattern
This activity is about learning to create a pattern and draw details to make it look like a caterpillar. Kinders were asked to cut, make a pattern and glue the shapes.
The best thing about this is that we’re doing it all wearing our pajamas!
Page Five: Warm and Cool Colors
The students leaened about Warm and Cool Colors by remembering the things in their environment. Warm colors remind them of fire, sun, and Fall.
Cool colors remind them of sea, winter, and sky.
Page Six: Neutral Colors
The students are able to mix colors to come up with the neutral colors brown and gray. They were asked to draw animal/s with neutral colors.
Here’s our Spring Class Art Project.
Rainbow Mosaic is a collab project of Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Pre-K. 🌈
Spring Flowers are individual craft of Pre-K and K. 🌼🌸🌺
Our Rainbow Lanterns are up and hanged!
The class worked so hard in painting rainbow and gluing colored paper strips.
Today, we are starting our RAINBOW CLASS PROJECT to welcome Spring!
ST. PATRICK’S DAY CELEBRATION
-Gold Coin Hunt