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- Weekly Bulletin 28– March 20 2019
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- Beautiful Hair Clips Outside, Shining Heart Inside
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- The snacks for Dr. Seuss’s birthday from PFA
- Coding With Osmo
- Weekly Bulletin 26– March 6 2019
- MAKING JELLY IN PK2/3
- What’s the BUZZ? The TIS Spelling Bee 2019!
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- Weekly Bulletin 25– February 27 2019
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- Weekly Bulletin 24– February 20 2019
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- Weekly Bulletin 23– January 30 2019
- Celebrating the Chinese New Year with two local schools
- Kindergarteners Celebrate the 100th Day of School
- G5 Creative Measuring
The Kindergartners took a field trip today to the Tangu Aquarium where they got a chance to see live specimen from each of the six animal groups they have been learning about. They saw lots of fish, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, invertebrates, and even a few birds. It was an exciting and fun day of discovering and observing some of our planets amazing animals.
Have you ever noticed angles around our school?
Grade 5 parents and students did an angles scavenger hunt today.
There are not only right angles but acute, and obtuse ones. There are also angles on a straight line, angles at a point and vertically opposite angles.
Can you recognize them from the photos?
Here are the hints:
1. The sum of the angles on a straight line is 180°.
2. The sum of the angles at a point is 360°.
3. Vertically opposite angles are equal.
Some people use store-bought bread and others make homemade loaves. Bread is made from grains that are easy to grow such as wheat, rye, oats, and rice. The grains are then ground to make flour.
One of the most famous stories about baking bread is “The Little Red Hen”. The story is about a little red hen who grows, harvests, grinds, makes and bakes bread all by herself, without any help from her lazy friends.
In PK2/3 the children have been reading different versions of “The Little Red Hen”. They have planted wheat and watched it grow, and talked about the process of planting and caring for the seeds. The children acted out the story and talked about the importance of always helping one another. The children also had the opportunity of baking and eating their own bread.
Have you ever thought of helping people in need? You must have! But maybe you did not know how to do it…Our students in Hair Clips Making Club had a solution. In our club, we learned how to use different materials to make rubber bands, hair bands, and hair clips. The students enjoyed these beautiful hair decorations and the process of making them. They then decided it might be better if more people could enjoy them. So they decided to have a charity sale at school March 4-8. We earned 249 RMB for our service committee to use for later. Thank you to our TIS community for all of your support! The students enjoyed turning their interests into the real power of helping others!
On Wednesday March six, after an early release parents and students enjoyed an afternoon of fun and games in the gym. Some students enjoyed free time with soccer balls, badminton equipment, volleyballs and basketballs. Others played and were creative with a variety of balls, scooter boards and jump ropes or participated in some fast paced action of dodge ball and flag tag. It was fun, social, relaxing and the kids spent a ton of energy.
Thank you to all the parents and students who joined us for our first play date, thank you to school management and to the PE department for allowing us to use the gym and sports equipment. We look forward to another play date on the next “PD Day” April 6th.
We would welcome feedback from those who did participate – you can either send an email to the PFA board email@example.com or contact one of PFA board members directly.
Last Friday during Dr. Seuss’ birthday celebration PFA sold themed snacks to primary students. This activity is very appreciated by the students, who after finishing their lunch could pick up a bag of snacks.