This week, we watched animated movies by the UNICEF on children who have been denied basic rights. The children were quite taken a back and reflected that they were so lucky to not be in the shoes of those children caught in wars.
We also read the story of Iqbal, that made an impact on our students.
Bloggers from this week: DARSHAN and iLakshi
We learnt about rights and responsibilities the rights are things everybody needs all the rights.
We heard the story of a boy called Iqbal from Pakistan. Iqbal was a 4 year old boy. His parents were very poor so they need money
They borrowed money but the owner wanted the boy (IQBAL) to work in a factory
When he was 10 he saw a sign to let children free from work he told the other children in the factory that we are free
He went to america to tell everybody.
When he was 12 he was riding a bicycle the somebody shot him.
I think Iqbal did not have the right to play and rest because he was working in a factory.
He did not have the right to study and healthcare, because he was working in a carpet factory that was dark, it had bad air, not enough sunlight.
I think Iqbal was brave.
MATH: I like place value and rounding up because it is fun. I liked making the mystery number.
The thing I enjoyed the most this week was the library because it has thousands of books.
I love to read books. My favourIte series are Geronimo stilton and Dork diaries,I even borrowed them this week! I also enjoyed mandarin because it was filled with different activitIes ! we had to match words that were written in mandarin!