A very hard work on investigation, organization, self-management and planning is carried out in preparing each Open House, where students develop different abilities in collaboration with their classmates.
Last October 30, second-grade children showed to their parents the work they had performed during the Inquiry Unit, which was focused on animals and their habitats. The emphasis was centered on how human beings affect the environment and what we do to preserve it.
The children created seven types of habitats with waste and recycled material in order to explain their geographic location in the world, their main characteristics and the animals living in those places. They included the savannah, the pole, the mountain, the ocean, the rainforest, among other.