With the sunshine and green leaves on the trees, the children in Cambridge Imus went fishing with letters and numbers. They rescued colored sea creatures, got acquainted with and swam with them through songs like “Goldfish” and “Baby Shark”. The kept cool by making their own shakes and fruit popsicles. Then to culminate it all, they made a splash at their backyard pool party. Summer sure did leave us with good memories.
Last August 26, 2016, Cambridge Imus celebrated Arti-sphere, a culminating activity about the Term Hands and Feet. In this term’s culminating activity, Toddlers showed their fine motor development, cognitive development and creativity through painting. During the event, parents re-experienced what the toddlers learned about different shapes, and how primary colours turned into secondary colours for colour exploration.
We visited a bridal couture shop to know how clothes were made. We met with Mommy Nina and she showed us her shop. We even sat on her chair and imitated how she talked to her clients.Then she showed us the tools she used to make the clothes and gowns. We chose our favorite color from the fabric swatches and thread to match it. She taught us how to use the measuring tape to get the size.