Shapes are all around us. Shapes are everywhere. Rainbow kids are fast learners. Almost all are already familiar with different shapes. They are very enthusiastic and are eager to learn.
It’s been a busy week for us and for the bus as well. For the whole week, we weren’t able to use the bus to go to the park but that was not a hindrance. The kids were always on the go with or without the bus. We all walked together into the park nearby. They’re all so cute especially when they raised their hands when crossing the street. Whilst in the park, some enjoyed chasing the butterfly, playing and writing on the ground, taking turns in the swing and others were also busy and seriously picking those tiny seeds fruit and kept them inside their pockets.
In their gym class, they had a new exercise and they were so excited. They’ve rolled like a potato and sweet potato. And in one of our afternoon routine, they happily dance the song “Roll Your Hands” and some students got LSS with the song or what is normally known as “Last Song Syndrome.” Even after we sang the goodbye song, some were still singing the “Roll Your Hands” while others were also humming the song.
Last Friday, the kids were given a chance to observe the area near the train track and they even talked and smiled to the old woman who passed by. They’re not just observing the world around them but they’re socializing as well. One student pointed out that the tire is a circle shape. They’ve been observing the web and the spider too. And every time they hear the signal sound of the train, they’d stop and wait for the train to pass by. They’re such a bunch of cuties and smart kids!
Tomorrow, we’ll have our bus trip and I can’t wait to have fun with them!
Hope you had a fun weekend!