Our Parent-Teacher Meeting (PTM) on March 30, 2023, was a wonderful opportunity for students to share their Project-Based Learning (PBL) journey with their parents. The focus of the PBL theme was about animals. It allowed students to learn about the world around them in a fun and engaging way. K1 students were able to observe the life cycle of a fish by keeping them in an aquarium. It was a great way for them to learn about the different stages of a fish’s life and see firsthand how they develop.
Similarly, the K2 Love students had an amazing experience observing the life cycle of a chicken. Taking care of eggs in an incubator and seeing them hatch into chicks was a memorable experience that they will likely remember for years to come.
The K2 Joy students also had a unique experience observing how ants move and multiply with their ant farm. Learning about different types of insects and their behaviour is always interesting, and it sounds like they had a lot of fun with this project.
Overall, everyone had a successful and fun experience. This type of learning can have a lasting impact on students and inspire them to continue exploring and learning about the world around them.