Friday, December 27, 2013
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Groups communicated to figure out how to untangle the knot without ever letting go of each other’s hands. During this activity students expressed effective communication skills among members as well as problem solving abilities. Students concluded that if we meet together and hold each other’s hands tightly and work for a better society, we will succeed to improve the quality of life in our country.
Team Work is a must.
Sunday, December 22, 2013
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
On Tuesday 17 December 2013 KSPS little clovers got the chance to visit the book fair at Biel. The students were swimming in an ocean full of books, and they not only got the chance to buy books, but they were lucky enough to listen to live stories that widened their imagination and took them to far places where dreams belong.
Monday, December 16, 2013
Saturday, December 14, 2013
Our young clovers started supporting Blue Gold from the day the program was launched. They ran in Beirut Marathon on Sunday November 10th to support Blue Gold.
Since KSPS students knew that water is indeed our most valuable national resource ,more valuable than oil and gas, they launched an awareness campaign to collect votes for Blue Gold. They encouraged their teachers, friends, and family members to vote for Blue Gold.
What is Blue Gold Lebanon?
Blue Gold is an innovative, visionary 5-year plan that will increase the amount of available water to 500 million m3 as of 2020 and 1 billion m3 by 2030.
Please to vote for Blue Gold Lebanon.
When you vote you will contribute in collecting 1 million signatures to implement Blue Gold 5year plan and to form a National Water Council for Lebanon.
Take action, you will trigger the change for a better Lebanon!
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
In the end KSPS students understood the fact hidden behind "WE ARE WHAT WE EAT".
Monday, December 09, 2013
Throughout the last week, and during the science sessions, students were exposed to several teaching and learning habits that aimed to sum up all the first term lessons. Interactive learning was an objective during the Science session.
Various hands-on activities, games, visual aids, and songs were integrated in the science classroom.
While learning about cells, students conducted different experiments to learn about “cell parts, cell types, function of cells, comparing and contrasting between cells”. They made posters, used the microscope, and modeled cells using jelo (cytoplasm), oranges, jelly beans and apples as the cells’ organelles.
Moreover, students were exposed to various science activities were music was integrated with the subject matter. This helped in engaging students in the learning process and making connections with their daily lives. You can check the following website if you would like to listen to science songs: www.scitunes.com
Finally, students watched interactive flipcharts on daily basis.
Our classes are indeed full of excitement; and this leads us to the conclusion that everything learners feel and experience can reach their hearts and fortify their knowledge.