On the 1st of December a random Christmas elf showed up at Razum International School. The children were so excited to give the Elf a name and find out more about the Elf. The children were ecstatic to see the elf’s antics in their classroom each day. The elf doesn’t just spread fun, but also teaches children how to share and encourages kind acts. There are many fun, surprising and special ideas the elf can do to lift the mood of the classroom each day. What is Elf on the She
Can your child learn English and Math by playing Pop Its? At Razum we say YES! Every so often the world has a toy craze, bottle flipping, and fidget spinners are 2 of the most recent, now it is Pop Its. A Pop It is a fidget toy that is bright in colour and comes in many different shapes. It is made of silicone, and it has pokable bubbles that can be poked from both sides and therefore can be used over and over again. This big difference between this craze to previous ones it
At Razum International School we engage students into fun learning activities and believe that some of them can be played at home. Check out our art and craft activity suggestions and try it out with your kids! 1. X Ray Skelton Hand Students trace their hands, then add see-through bones to their picture, making their own X-ray skeleton hand. Required materials: Coloured construction paper black crayon Vegetable oil A small bowl Q-tip Procedure: Trace hands with black crayon.
Halloween is an excellent opportunity to introduce math measurement concepts such as length, weight, and volume. Here are some of the activities that were carried out at Razum International School to get students excited about Halloween and engaged in learning. 1. Hocus Pocus Potion – Volume activity Students were asked to make a potion with a total volume of 600ml. There must be less than 100ml of each wacky liquid used, or there will be an explosion! This project combines a
Making playdough is a great educational resource! It is a simple way to get kids involved in a fun, active, making process, with no cooking needed! Playdough has kinesthetic and visual learning benefits, for learners to engage in practical tasks and form concepts. Students are able to see forms, whilst adapting them to improve their work and understanding. The process of making playdough can be used for a range of subjects such as Art, Mathematics, Science, and Design & Techn
At Razum, we say YES it can! ;) COVID-19 has changed the world in so many ways one of which is education and teaching. Schools all around the world have been thrown into Home Based Learning (HBL), sometimes with no warning and limited time for preparation. Teachers were all of a sudden take from having a classroom full of resources and the ability to change their lessons as and when required to having to teach not knowing what was happening on the other side of the screen. Ra