How exciting it was to return to school after the Lunar New Year weekend, and watch a Lion Dance!
A little more exploration about structures and the cultures that are associated with them!
A character parade....
And a lot of work with polygons and symmetry!
"We learned that polygons are closed shapes with sides, vertices, and angles. A circle is not a polygon because it has no angles and vertices." - Marietta
"We learned that polygons can be transferred, rotated and flipped to make other shapes." -Jay
"In class both Jay and I made the biggest hexagon using 34 other shapes." - Li
"I learned that not every pattern is symmetrical." - Ayumi
"We noticed things about symmetry. Symmetry means when one thing looks the exact same on both sides of it's axis. We used mirrors to explore symmetry in our classroom." - Ronen
Students of G2.3, Ms. Musiowsky & Ms. Nisa
All posts are accounts of authentic student learning at ISS, an IB PYP school in Singapore.