Some Primary 2 students worked with the Bead Chain Cabinet. This Montessori Math material is introduced as a means to sensorially demonstrate the concept of linear counting and it also provides a concrete representation of abstract mathematical concepts.
The Primary 2 students learned about Pablo Picasso, the famous Spanish artist and pioneer of the artistic movement of cubism. They created unique faces displaying different geometric shapes and their own versions of his famous painting, Petite Fleurs.
A second year Primary 2 friend confidently told the class more about himself. He shared his favorite sports, books, games, activities and more, and the class was delighted with his display.
Some Primary 2 students were engaged creating maps and furthering their knowledge of the continents.
Talking points about Primary 2 Work
- Class play: "The Gruffalo"
- Counting activities