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23 September 2014

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During Green and Healthy week in Regents International School Pattaya's Primary, Year 1 has been taking part in all sorts of challenging and exciting activities. The children learnt about living a healthy life through eating balanced meals, drinking enough water, exercising and making sure they get enough rest. The majority of our learning was based on the story ‘Oliver’s Fruit Salad’ where Oliver discovered that fruit can be delicious if you join in and have fun making something fruity.

The children were particularly excited to learn how to hold, peel and chop fruit up safely and arrange it to make a fruit face, especially because they got to eat all the fruit afterwards! We have also explored how to record information to find out which fruit is the most popular in our class by completing a tally chart and then creating a class pictogram to show our results.

We have also made fantastic and wacky portraits using fruit in the style of Renaissance artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo, which was great fun!