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Data: 6 de May de 2012 Autor: admin Categorias: Eventos, Novas

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2nd Semester’s Projects

Toddlers – Morning 

In this second semester, the Toddlers will study the “Animals” project. This study´s idea came from the children’s curiosity about animals in general. What sound does the dog make? How does the cat move? To increase the children´s repertoire, we will bring other animals that are not part of their daily life, such as the: lion, elephant, monkey, among others. At this age the child learns information through his/her body. With this in mind, we will use the animals to experiment, elaborate and create hypotheses. Their sounds and movements will be the basis of our project. We will play games, watch videos, read, and primarily use the body to know oneself and the other.

Toddlers – Afternoon 

Children and nature… a relationship that must be cultivated.

In this second semester the Toddlers will study Nature. The children will participate in various activities such as researching, collecting and exploring plants, leaves, sticks, flowers, planting seeds and experimenting with textures, scents, colors and various plastic productions.

G3 – Morning and Afternoon 

In this second semester we will study the different

means of transportation and how they are part of our daily experience. We know that safety is very important, so the subjects to be explored will be the traffic signals, always in a playful, fun way.

We will focus on the importance of the use of safety belts for our own security.

In the morning we will explore the terrestrial means of transport, getting to know more about the wheels and the different means of transportation.

In the afternoon we will shift our focus to the sky and the fascinating way objects are able to stay in the air.

G3 – Afternoon

In this first semester the G3 group will study the project: “move like an animal”. This study comes from the children´s curiosity about animals. What sound does a dog make? How does the cat move? To increase the repertoire, we bring in other animals that are not part of our daily life, such as: lion, elephant, monkey, among others. At this age the child understands information through his/her body. With this, we will use the animals to experiment, elaborate and create hypotheses. Their sounds, their paths and their movements will be the basis of our project. Making use of jokes, games, videos, reading, and primarily, the body to know oneself and others.

G4 – Morning

This semester, G4’s morning group will be exploring various countries around the world, as well as their people and cultures. They say that to move forward we must first look back and we will be doing exactly that, starting off our adventures by taking a look at our family histories and where we came from. With that knowledge in hand, we will set off on our journey, exploring these roots and the cultures that exist there to this day. Throughout this project we will expand on several different themes and questions: do people in other parts of the world speak the same language as us? Do they have the same traditions? Do they have the same foods? Through this project, the group will expand their knowledge of the world around them, perceiving our similarities and differences and learning to respect and appreciate them.

G4 – Afternoon

This semester, G4’s afternoon group will be taking a look into Brazil’s history by exploring its rich indigenous culture. Through various games, legends, music and art, the children will become familiar with the diverse indigenous populations from around the country and observe their similarities as well as their differences. While our project may be centered around examining cultures from the past, we will also look into how these populations influenced Brazil as we know it today in our language, dance, art and otherwise. Throughout this project, the group will learn about the history of their country and have their eyes opened to other cultures that still exist around them.

G5/G6 –  Morning

Footprints through time

​(English and Portuguese Project)

​With the purpose of getting to know different places and a number of inventions, we will make a journey through time. During this trip, we will discuss the inventions of the book “Como fazíamos sem” by Barbara Soalheiro and the curiosities brought by the children, such as the toothbrush´s origin, who created the telephone, how were matches created, among others. We will post various videos, pictures and texts about the subjects. The activities will aim to insert the findings into a time line, so we will get to know various informations: spaces, times, quantities, relations and transformations.