After the devastating events of the earthquake and
tsunami that affected Japan in March, students from 1-213 began asking
questions. First they wondered exactly about what a tsunami was and
what an earthquake was. Then their wonderings shifted to how they
could help the people of Japan. They decided to raise money for the people of Japan. They created posters and went
around the school to fundraise. Along with the Penny Harvest team,
they raised $500 for the Japanese Red Cross. As their inquiry
broadened, they began reading books about life in Japan. Their
questions then centered on children in Japan, how they dressed, what
they ate, what they did for fun, what kind of animals lived there, etc.
As a culminating event to this project of humanity and empathy, students created collages that were put into book form.
Jacob Brandt's parents arranged for a visit to the United Nations,
where they both work. Dignitaries from Japan met with Class 1-213 to
receive the book of collages and sympathy messages. The students
performed "Kuma San" that they had learned in Music Class with Miss
Trudy, as well as "On Top of Spaghetti." A film crew was there from a
Japanese television station.
You can click on the link to view a short clip of the presentation.
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April 25-- Math Workshop 8:30AM
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The students decided to donate the money to:
1- Red Cross Relief Fund for Japan
2- Little Sisters of the Assumption Food Pantry