Activities

Announcement: Teacher Alice has been awarded 1st place as a teacher creator by Twinkl Singapore

Hello, my dear colleagues! Alice here! I want to personally thank you for voting for me in the Teacher Creator competition by Twinkl, and I am also grateful that you keep coming back to our school! This is a special announcement post with a message from Suci Amalia Dartiana from Twinkl. Sharing Twinkl’s press release …

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How do We Make Our Classroom Without Borders? Article of the Week on British Council

My article about classrooms without borders and interculturalism was a featured article of the week on British Council! It discusses introducing different cultures to your classroom, along with some practical examples. Read the article below. Can we really spin the globe and jump in into the unknown in our classroom? Or has the administrative part …

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Halloween Science Experiment: Jack’O’Lantern volcano 🌋🎃

🎃 Hello, my dear parents! Here’s our Halloween pumpkin volcano experiment. Why do we do science experiments in our school and how they help your child learn English? Science experiments are very visual and they activate all of your child’s senses. Your child does the experiment at home, we always send short instructions and discuss …

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Storytelling-based Learning- Workshop 4: Class Two at the Zoo by Julia Jarman, illustrated by Lynne Chapman

Hello, my dear colleagues! We finally kick-started our storytelling-based program and our first official story is Class Two at the Zoo by Julia Jarman. As a real enthusiast of storytelling, I’ve decided to create a storytelling-based learning curriculum which will be conducted in the form of a workshop. Storytelling-based learning or narrative-based learning is not …

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The Greenhouse Effect in a Jar, Edible Modeling Activity, and Dramatization with Young Learners

Hello, my dear colleagues! In the next few short posts, I will share a lot of environmental education activities for young learners I made for my classroom and in various professional development courses. This one is related to greenhouse gases and global warming. How would you help your students understand why greenhouse gases are necessary, …

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