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IE Partners Club update

Written on February 15, 2016 by Campus Life in Social

partners4Lego event this week had a small change in methodology. We wanted the children not only to play with lego, but also to draw on the board what they are creating while we can teach them something about the alphabet and certain letters.

First we draw basic geometric shapes: square, circle, triangle and rectangle and we encourage children to seek between these figures in lego pieces. Then we asked children to tell us a letter so we can draw on the board and choose a word beginning with that letter. They chose F (flower), D (door) and P (pencil). Each of the children built with lego the words they picked and then drew them on the board.

We all had fun while kids combine various recreational activities and, as always, learn something new.

Last Friday we had the opportunity to meet the new members of the group. We went for a delicious lunch to Gastromaquia Restaurant where we spent a great time talking and knowing some new partners. We could explain all the activities the club has, for adults and kids, and some of the futures plans. We are very glad to see how more and more members join us in the different activities we have.



IE Partners Club January activities

Written on February 1, 2016 by Campus Life in Social

partnersIE partners club welcomed the New Year 2016 by conducting various exciting and fun events for partners as well as kids. Here is a short summary of those events.

There could not have been any better idea to celebrate than to cook Japanese Cuisine. So one of the partner who is from Japan taught everyone how to make a hand rolled sushi in an easy and doable way. The amazing part of the event was that the host of the event also showed different ways of making sushi by using different ingredients and then everyone present at the event made their own hand rolled sushi by picking their favorite ingredients. Everyone had an amazing time discussing about the Japanese culture and of course tasting the delicious sushi along with some traditional Japanese drinks.

We also conducted the first Lego session of this year.In this week, though there were not many of the kids present for the event but still few of them who were present utilized the entire time slot and lego boxes to create something unique.Using 3 boxes, they started to sort/categorize Lego block by color, shape, and type and then built a creature what kids like – a Minion and airplane. Sorting, classifying, and categorizing activities help children develop logical reasoning skills. Kids enjoyed and learned much in this session, too!

We look forward to continue with these kind of exciting and engaging activities for partners as well as kids and share our experiences with you all.

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