Congratulations! We did it!! You have successfully completely your EY1 year.
Though it was our last week of school this week, the learning and fun continued and included a birthday celebration, students showcasing their work, fun playtime activities, Art, Music, PE and more.
For our last unit of inquiry on investigations, the student learned about the skills needed to conduct an investigation, trying some investigations and finally, choosing a topic and going through the process. This week, many students chose to showcase their work and shared with us the topics they had chosen, how they went about finding information and what they learned. Click on the image or link below to go to the page where you can select different students and have them give you a synopsis of their investigations.
Although we are in remote learning, we still celebrate birthdays. Happy Birthday to Kirin!! We learned on Kirin’s birthday that both of his sisters also share the same date for their birthdays too. How very special for them all!!
The EY1 Playtimes continued to be popular. This week, the students got to play a game, do yoga, be creative with building things and go on a scavenger hunt.
Attendance in Art, Music and PE classes continued to be high. They loved this week’s theme – penguins! Many penguins, from their soft toys to artwork, could be seen appearing in different classes and calls.
It was another busy week but a fabulous one to wrap up the year. As you head into summer break, don’t forget about the special storytime organized by Ms Lisa. They will start next Monday and will go for 4 weeks! Don’t miss the fun!
Additionally, be sure to check out Ms. Lindsay’s Library page and Ms. Alex’s resources for more ideas on things to do over the break. We have also gathered other resources for your convenience in the blog post below. Most importantly, do make sure to build in time for relaxation, rest and free play. Our children’s brains need these precious times to digest and grow.
Have a fabulous summer holiday!
We will miss you EY1! We are looking forward to seeing you as EY2 next year!