domingo, 21 de junio de 2015

Let’s go to the farm!

Last June 1st we had fun learning about farm animals.

We went to “La Querencia” in Lurín. Here we interacted with cute animals like cows, horses, pigs, bunnies, hens, sheep, ducks, etc…

We had the opportunity to ride a horse, feed birds, ducks and hens!

We really enjoyed this day learning about different animals' shelters. We also could reinforce our knowledge about the food animals eat and the food animals produce. But the thing we liked the most was seeing pregnant cows and little lambs.

It was an amazing experience!

Enjoy more about this trip through these pictures

La Querencia Parte 1 on PhotoPeach


 La Querencia Parte 2 on PhotoPeach


La Querencia Parte 3 on PhotoPeach


jueves, 4 de junio de 2015

Happy Early Childhood Education Day!

Last week, we celebrated Early Childhood Education Week. On this special week, Nightingales had different activities during the week.

On Monday they worked as a class and elaborated a banner using different materials. On Tuesday, they marched with the banner around the school saying the phrase “We enjoy learning lovely things”. On Wednesday, they elaborated a nice craft “a crown” they decorated it using their creativity. On Thursday, they played different games in the football court and competed with the other Pre-Kinder classrooms and on Friday, they enjoyed a show that all the misses did for them. They enjoyed a nice story that teachers dramatized.

It was a great week. My Nightingales had a lot of fun.

Here are some photos for you to enjoy.

Childhood Education Day on PhotoPeach


The Parts of the Plant

In science class, my little Nightingales learnt to identify the parts of the plant. First, they walked around the garden to identify different types of plants and describe them like the size, colour and shape.

They were also able to name the things that plants need to grow properly.

Finally, they were able to use their own plants that they had planted to name the parts of the plant.

They did a really good job!

Here is the vocabulary.

What does a plant need to grow?