On Wednesday, March 1, the school community got ready to be impressed by our amazing Grade 2 learners! They took the stage to share their insights on “Inventions and how they changed the world”. With beaming smiles and lots of enthusiasm, our young learners delved deep into what inventions are, who inventors are, and what they are famous for.
But our children didn’t stop at the surface level – they rolled up their sleeves and got to work! Armed with their curiosity and passion for learning, they researched various inventions. From the printing press to the telephone, from Marie Curie to Thomas Edison, they left no stone unturned in their quest for knowledge.
And the results? Simply astounding! Each student created a comprehensive report, complete with the inventor’s biography, key elements of the invention, and most importantly, how it impacted the world. But what’s even more impressive is the variety of ways they chose to present their findings. Some opted for a traditional written report, while others created a stunning diorama or used iPads to showcase their learning. And throughout it all, they made sure to practice safe searching and stick to student-friendly, child-friendly websites – proving that they’re not just smart, but responsible digital citizens too!
Overall, it’s clear that our Grade 2 learners are well on their way to becoming the inventors and innovators of the future. We couldn’t be prouder of them and can’t wait to see what they’ll achieve next!