During the last corrective gymnastics class in preschool, kids could use whole equipment to build obstacle courses. They did it with big blocks, mattresses, a bench, and a ball. To pass the course the children had to jump inside the hoops, then throw the ball at the target, do sit-ups on and crawl under the mattresses, and finally jump over the bench. Their creative endeavor resulted in an exciting lesson!
Aleksandra Czyżykowska (30.11.2020)
This school year, our preschoolers from grade 0 are discovering the secrets of gardening. We’d been to the school garden a few times already. There, children could get to know different types of trees, plants, or observe insects. We also managed to plant heather and onion bulbs in pots, as well as dry pumpkin seeds to plant in the garden next May. Children placed the pumpkin remains in a composter. The gardening club will surely shape children's habits of caring for plants and the aesthetics of their surroundings and will make them sensitive to the beauty of nature. Moreover, it will teach many activities related to the care of plants and respect for the surrounding nature.
Joanna Wojczulis (26.11.2020)
On Wednesday, November 25, we celebrated Teddy Bear Day. This year, it had a different form than before, but there was no shortage of fun in the company of teddy bears. Children made teddy bears out of paper, listened to stories about teddy bears, and solved teddy bear puzzles. One of the teddy bears also prepared a surprise for the children and posed for photos with them. The children were eager to talk about their teddy bears, which unfortunately had to be left at home this year for the safety of children, parents, and teddy bears. As an IPG team, we send a lot of hugs to all bears.
Hanna Ellwart (26.11.2020)
Every Tuesday kids from Grade 0A and 0B are very happy and excited to participate in Parkour classes. Parkour = Art du Deplacement (French) is the primarily non-competitive physical discipline of training to move freely over and through any terrain using only the abilities of the body, principally through running, jumping, climbing, and quadrupedal movement.
Joanna Klich (03.11.2020)