Oct 29, 2008

ENO TREE PLANTING DAY







Our school has been chosen as one of ENO schools 2008-09. Our ENO Tree Planting Day was very successful. Grade Two students participated in the program. They planted 4 trees in Sanayeh Park in Beirut and decided to take care of their baby- trees. They sang and listened to stories about taking care of our environment. We are proud to participate in this event.
More information about this special event visit: http://www.enotreeday.net/

18 comments:

Ghina Al-Badawi said...

Congratulations for starting your blog
Very interesting activity as i told u personally
Waiting to see more good stuff posted
hats off

Rawya Shatila said...

Thank you....hopefully we'll do some more activities and you'll be the first to know.

Anonymous said...

Really pleasing ...your kids will grow to be aware of the importance of this global issue , the environment . It is meaningful learning...

Ghina Al-Badawi said...

i guess it's Mrs arab who wrote the comment.....
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Anonymous said...

yES , I FORGOT TO SIGN...IAM REALLY PLEASED GHINA ...EXCELLENT VARIATION ...RICH , MOTIVATING AND INVITING .VERY MUCH PROUD .

arab

Ghina Al-Badawi said...

kifni bi hal guess Arab????
:)

Anonymous said...

it does go without saying















it does go without saying , SMART...HE HE HE









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Anonymous said...

smart

youssif shawki said...

this is very nice blog we should all attend this site for more support

randa_inzawi said...

ken yom 7elo teslam ido yali ken
3am bisawer,w yali ken 3am yezra3 kamen,a7la miss rawya
"بأيدينا نبني أنفسنا"

Ghina Al-Badawi said...

Randa
Soooooooooo happy to see your post!
What a quick learner you are!
Bravo

Rawya Shatila said...

Randa...for sure tislam eido yelli sawwar....the photos were great... a big thanks...and u r a7la Randa ;)

Anonymous said...

This is a great way of teaching well done. I strongly believe that nature is the greatest thing that we all learn from! Well done and keep the good work.
Wafa Haidar

Rawya Shatila said...

Wafa, I strongly agree with you..nature is a great teacher.

Integrating nature education into the curriculum teaches children how to appreciate nature and make the world a better place to live in.

"To forget how to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget ourselves."
Mahatma Gandhi

Anonymous said...

congartulations!!!very interesting Mrs.Rawya ,,the kids are so active just like u ! ,,,,wish u more of success :)

Anonymous said...

byzway its ruba nasra :D

Anonymous said...

so promising. you have everything in your school. v. good diversity.
sandra

Anonymous said...

V. interesting activity. I like the photo of the boy digging the ground. He's ALL involved.
Rani M.