The Earth Heroes

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Written by Jacqueline A. Ferrer</em></p> <p>Imagine a perfect world. What do you see? Are there trees, plants, and flowers? Are the beaches and other water forms clean? Are there birds in the air and fishes under the sea? Is the...

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Kids Can Help

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Written by Jackie Lorraine Ty</em></p> <p>Nursery’s inquiry on “Spaces and Facilities” was confined in the learners’ homes because of the pandemic.  Since they could not freely go out and spend time in public places, they simply explored the different rooms...

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Memory game with preposition words

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Written by Michelle Leah A. Novales</em></p> <p>We can learn about prepositions in many ways. But for children aged 4 to 5 years old, it’s more fun if we incorporate it with games. This lesson in literacy enabled the students to...

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Chinese culture in action

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Written by Jane Coching</em></p> <p>Introducing Chinese culture to our young learners was fun and engaging during our last Chinese New Year’s celebration. Preschool Chinese teachers partnered with our parents to make this experience possible by doing a parent and child...

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Nursery’s Classic Games with a Twist

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p>Written by Jackie Lorraine Ty</p> <p>Children like gadgets. But they also like the good old classic games.  Since the young learners could not gather in the school playground, the Nursery teachers thought of modifying the games like “Ring Around the...

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Preschool Department STEM Week

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p>The Preschool Department celebrated STEM Week last March 3. The kids were treated to fun experiments and interesting discussions through a virtual assembly. </p> <p>The teachers guided their classes in a short stretching exercise to wake everyone up  and get them...

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My Garden – Play Doh Edition

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Written by Michelle Leah A. Novales</em></p> <p>Junior Kinder classes welcomed Unit 4 with a special art activity. Since the lesson is  about plants, the teachers wanted to bring out the students’ ideas on what they envision their garden to look...

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Grade 2 – Unit 4 Literacy Learning Experience

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Prepared by Anne Charis Dela Cruz</em></p> <a href="https://www.hchs.edu.ph/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Grade-2-.pdf" class="pdfemb-viewer" style="" data-width="max" data-height="max" data-toolbar="both" data-toolbar-fixed="on">Grade-2-<br /></a> <p class="wp-block-pdfemb-pdf-embedder-viewer">…</p>

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Grade 1 – Unit 4 How We Organize Ourselves: Learning Experience

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Prepared by Angel Kaye Ignacio</em></p> <a href="https://www.hchs.edu.ph/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Grade-1-Obedience-C3-Unit-4-Literacy.pdf" class="pdfemb-viewer" style="" data-width="max" data-height="max" data-toolbar="both" data-toolbar-fixed="on">Grade-1-Obedience-C3-Unit-4-Literacy<br /></a> <p class="wp-block-pdfemb-pdf-embedder-viewer"></p> <p>…</p>

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Creating Sign and Symbols

<div id="fb-root"></div> <p><em>Written by Marife Licayan</em></p> <p>The students learned the importance and the purpose of signs and symbols and how these help in communication. They demonstrated understanding on the meaning and impact of color and shape of symbols. They brainstormed and shared...

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