We are almost at the end of April and we are looking forward to the joyful month of May. After all the hard work of all our students for the past 6 weeks of distance learning, we’ve learned to adapt to the “new normal.” We have learned to embrace the beauty of nature and value one another.
This month we will celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day and our virtual Art Exhibition. Heads up to our future artists in the making. The kids will be introduced to different artists and will be able to create fun art projects inspired by the artist of the week.
We do understand that households may not have various art supplies, so this is the time to be really creative, resourceful and think outside the box. Artist of the week will be discussed during zoom meetings and will provide students ideas to brainstorm.
We are dedicated to ensure that all our students are well equipped for the next grade level. We will continue to present new lessons as per our school curriculum.
To begin with, in language we will continue to master parts of speech, new lesson on comparing adverbs, learn about possessive pronouns, and to write complex sentences using subordinating conjunctions for continuous progress.
Also, the students will be reading the assigned book for their literature lesson.
In math, third grade will master fractions and decimals, while fourth graders will continue to hone their skills in their 4 operations on decimals. In geometry, a new lesson in volume and surface area will be taught.
We will learn about the world events and important people in history.
In geography, 3rd graders will talk about weather, seasons and 4th graders will learn about Australia’s water and landforms.
Animal and plant cells are our main focus in botany and zoology.
For our other special subjects like social studies, science, spanish and computer class; we will continue to provide fun and educational activities for your kids to explore, like hands-on experiments and links that they can follow while at home. Let’s make every little time count.
According to Maria Montessori, “Free the child’s potential, and he will transform the world.”
We are looking forward to execute all the fun-filled activities and lessons prepared for the next month. Again, thank you parents for your continuous support, cooperation and guidance in making all this possible. Your feedback and insight are greatly appreciated. This way, we are continuously building a better camaraderie amongst each other. Stay safe and well. We miss you dearly and hope to see you soon.