The students of the 4th grade participated with interest in the activity dedicated to the World Day of Social Justice (February 20). They listened to the story proposed by Greece – “Little Red Bear”, watched a PPT, expressed their impressions through drawings or literary creations that they shared with colleagues.
The International Day of Reading Together is a global event attended by millions of people and is held every year in February. Reading aloud is a way to develop lexical skills, and children will love books and stories. Today, the second grade D students read together with the international community and we want this holiday to motivate us and read together, at home and at school, every day! We promise we will continue!
Collaborative games played by drawing by 4th grade students.
Month of Responsibility
The September activity reminded students from 3rd grade D what “responsibility” means. After listening to Tudorel’s story, the spoiled and irresponsible child, students decided to prove they don’t find themselves in such examples. They established their own responsibilities within the school group and they promised to fulfill them.