As the Cambridge @ Serangoon Gardens children begin another learning journey about “Our Special World”, they went on a field trip to River Safari. It was an opportunity for the children to engage their five senses in exploring the world of animals. They learnt many fascinating facts about animals and could not wait to return to school to discuss and continue their learning.
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At Cambridge, we believe in giving children opportunities to learn beyond the classroom. The K2 children from Cambridge @ Robertson made a trip to the Cold Storage Supermarket nearby as one of their cumulating activities. They discussed and planned their grocery list, located the items within the supermarket and made the payment at the cashier. The activity helped them to cultivate practical real-world skills and understand the concept of money. Their purchases were then used for a follow-up sandwich making activity as part of the Mathematics’ topic on “Patterning”.
The Cambridge @ Fernvale children went on a field trip to Oh Chin Huat Hydroponic Farm. They had the opportunity to taste various Chinese and European herbs. They also had a first-hand experience of mixing soil and compost and potting a plant.
The K2 children from Cambridge @ Sengkang were intrigued to learn about the functions of the important organs in a human body. Equipped with appropriate learning tools, they investigated and recorded their findings. Stay tune to see where their learning journey brings them.
The toddlers at Cambridge @ Fernvale made an animal sandwich for their lesson on shapes. They used square wholemeal bread slices, triangle carrots slices, round cucumber slices and cherry tomatoes cut in half. What an attractive healthy snack they have created!