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- Weekly Bulletin 32– April 25 2018
- Building with Recycled Materials
During the month of April, Pre-K R put extra emphasis on learning about life in the oceans and on land and our role in taking care of the earth. We collected many more recycled materials than we usually do!
First we sorted them by shape: cylinders, cubes, squares, prisms… Next we re-sorted by paper, metal, glass and ‘other’. We read books about recycling and about the ocean. We also watched videos about ocean animals.
After being thoroughly inspired, we each made a plan to create something for our bulletin boards. Once we had our plans, we searched our recycled materials for what we would need to create our projects. Then the fun began!
We made so many interesting animals, plants and even useful tools out of our recyclables.
See if you can spot the water filtering systems and the bottle fish. You’ll even find a sea snake and a baby beluga!
Happy Earth Month!
The Math & Science Departments would like to congratulate our Students of the Month(s) for April:
Middle School Math: Wang Xin Yi (Cindy) Grade 8
Middle School Science: Sun Zhuo Ran (Cherry) Grade 6
High School Math: Yang Jia Cheng (Peter) Grade 10
High School Science: Li Yi Song (Ronny) Grade 10
These students receive a gift and certificate.
During last week, TIS students and their parents participated vigorously in the following activities to celebrate Earth day of April 22 in 2018. They have posted wonderful resolutions on the creative Earth day bulletin boards, presented their vivid crafty ships made from recycled material for the exposition in the cafeteria.
A team of experts from Global Environmental Institute from Beijing, specialized in environmental projects of natural resource preservation and waste material recycle, offered interactive lessons on April 23rd, this Monday. The project director Kendall Bitonte, the doctorate intern Monica and postgraduate intern from Princeton, Maddie have presented differentiated lectures concerning with plastic pollution issues to both primary and secondary school students in six sessions.
Middle school students have launched an eco-friendly science project to make handmade soap by using recycled cooking oil from school cafeteria, aiming to raise environmental awareness by reusing recycled material. On April 23rd, was the “walk to school” morning! Faculty, staff, students and parents walked together to school after converging from various spots in the neighborhood, with eco-friendly signs designed by upper primary students.
By TIS Eco Committee
Yesterday, our school hosted the 4th Annual Senior Recognition Game for the High School Girls Soccer Team. At half-time of the game with Maple Leaf, there was a ceremony recognizing our 6 seniors: Xie Yi Ming (Bella), Luo Lan (Claudia), Ro EunSong, Wang Shu Qi (Katey), Zhang Xi Yue (Luna) and Cui Wan Ning (Sandy). Combined, this Super Six have played in 126 games at ACAMIS and have scored 30 goals. They have been amazing on defense, intelligent on the field and great leaders for our school. In this final game, they played awesome and won 7-0. Seniors Luna and Bella each scored 2 goals, while Seniors EunSong and Katey, and Junior DaHae each scored 1 goal. Claudia, as always, played unstoppable on defense. We will miss these 6 seniors and wish them well in the future.
Exploring or creating with recycled or “found” materials is a big part of everyday life in Pre-K L, much to the benefit of both the children and the environment. Recycled or “found” materials are abundant, sustainable and affordable resources for young children’s creative self-expression. The Pre-K L classroom is equipped with an array of recycled materials e.g. cereal boxes, bottles, fabric scraps, ribbons, cardboard rolls, as well as tools such as scissors, glue, staplers, tape and hole punches. Children have the opportunity to explore these open-ended materials, building hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. Children also gain important knowledge about tools and materials as they practice skills like cutting, stapling, taping and gluing. They confront problems and creatively discover solutions. Children have the opportunity to engage socially as they explore materials. They share techniques, model the use of tools and materials and collaborate with one another. Building and creating gives the children a sense of pride and accomplishment when they innovate, when they make something unique, and when they struggle and succeed.