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Group 2 rocks “Word Boggles” today!!!

Hey, today’s Thursday and its M1/12 “Activity Day”. And did you know? Group 2 won today’s “Word Boggles”. It was such a very tough game especially between Group 1 and Group 2 (Aim. Kaohom, Nine, Tangkwa and Ranya). They won with only 1 point ahead with Group 1 (Fah, Him, Ming, Aey and Ice).



“The Score Board” 

And another thing, J and Tangkwa was really doing a very good job in the hosting! They did try their best to be an enthusiastic host masters in the class, and yeah they were very successful everybody was so happy with them. 2

What’s more! Now, speed reading is becoming a routine that everyone knows already what to do when we say speed reading.


And above all, today is such a comedy “Activity Day”. Why? While playing “Boggles, some may form words that sounds so funny…but it’s okay, the most important thing is we’ve tried. Who knows! That word might be correct. Try and try until you succeed!!! Good job everybody! Yayyyy!!!

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Thermometer Part 2

We just had fun doing our first one on one experience with using the thermometer. Now here is the most important part, finishing our experiment work. Our tasks:

  1. Must not forget to draw the materials we used and the steps we did during the experiment.

    This is Baitoei’s notebook. So clean and tidy!
  2. Record all our members’ body temperatures.cimg0219
  3. Must not forget to convert the recorded temperatures to degree Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin.
    Hey guys! I cant see very well, all I see are your heads,,,555. 

    4. And soon must not forget to get the Average Temperature of the group.

    5. And finally identify who got the highest and the lowest body temperature in the group. Once done! Get ready to give your Science Notebook to the teacher!


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Science M1/12 get to know how to use the Thermometer

Thermometer is one of the must have’s in every household. In this case, every member in the family, young or adult, must learn how to use the thermometer. Good timing! M1/12 get the first-hand experience of using the thermometer both digital thermometer and the classic one to check their body temperature. Here are the glimpses of THERMOMETER activity in the classroom.

Look it’s Ming, trying to look closely on the thermometer scale. Hey Ming! Is it in degree Celsius, Fahrenheit or Kelvin? I wonder what it is?  Hmmmmm….

By the way, I know that knowing the conversion of °C, °F or °K may sound so easy but I think it is also a must to learn how to do so.

Ming, demonstrating how to put the thermometer under our armpit. Its okay, Mindg is smiling because it is a little bit ticklish,,,kkk^^. 
Yeah, success! Ming did it. And beside her is Ice getting ready with the cotton and alcohol ready to clean before the next one will use it! That’s one of the cleanliness thing that we have to remember!

And of course we learn how to use the old style thermometer, we also need to use the new one the digital one. Let’s see who we caught on camera using the digital thermometer.

Oh wow! Proud and Preaw confidently showing their digital thermometer, in fairness, they did it well. They know how to use it just click on and click off! See , very easy! 

As mentioned before, we learned not only how to use the thermometer but at the same time we also did learn how to clean it after using which is also very important. We say it is part of being HYGIENIC.See below how did we keep up the cleanliness and make sure the thermometer is sterilized.

Ball and Big with their big smiles while cleaning the thermometer! Say cheese!

What’s more! If you are so worried that you might not know how to use the thermometer, teachers will always be there to help you as well.

Look at Teacher Fah helping out Big to make sure that he is doing it right. Well done you two!
And here is Arm, so serious about getting more about the thermometer thing! Its okay Arm dont worry, you are so fine and healthy!

In conclusion, everybody did a good job and finally learnt how to handle the thermometer very well! Great job M1/12!  (see part 2_of thermometer article)