Activities

  • SPOTTED AND REPORTED Picnic Day - Upper Primary School - Thamer International Schools

    By Upper Primary School,

    During the month of February, students of the UPS along with the staff sattogether to relish their food and enjoy the ambience of eating together. It was a fantastic opportunity for students to have fun in the open playground, for a delicious meal and create wonderful memories in a joyful spirit.

    Source Link: March Newsletter (2018-2019)

  • TIS SCOOP - Joys of Jogging - Thamer International Schools

    By Anna Adnan (10-H)

    Why Start Jogging?

    Physical Benefits:

    - Anyone can do it to easily lose weight.

    - Regular Toggers are far less likely to die prematurely than non-joggers.

    - Run easily without sweating.

    - It is free and you can do it anywhere

  • TIS SCOOP - Kidzania - Thamer International Schools

    By Selina Ramez (G3)

    Hi, my name is Selina! Today, I am going to talk about my trip to Kidzania! I went to the airplane and I had so much fun there. We also had a tour in the Jurassic World! There are lots of other places to go. You can also make coca cola, have a show at the theatre or go to the supermarket. It’s like you’re actually buying stuff from there. I suggest you go to Kidzania! I hope you have a fun and nice trip.

  • TIS SCOOP - LPS Activities - Thamer International Schools

    By Lower Primary School,

    LOTS OF DOTS:

    Decorating, fingerprinting, cutting and pasting were some of many artistic and creative activities children of the L.P.S. have enjoyed while creating their own dots.

    SCAVENGER HUNT:

    It wasn’t only looking for the treasure, it also was a great adventure where the L.P.S. little pirates worked in teams to solve many educational puzzles and riddles, find the keys that led them to the treasure chest, and enjoy their victory in a very enjoyable way.

  • TIS SCOOP - Pumpkin Experiment - Thamer International Schools

    By Upper Primary School

    The students of grade 3 went to the science lab last month in order to execute a STEM related experiment regarding pumpkins. They were asked to weigh the mass of the pumpkins, count the number of ribs on them, measure their circumferences and collect, count and weigh the seeds.

    Source Link: December Newsletter (2018-2019)

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