Recently, the TBL course in grade three of the primary school of Jinan Thomas School was implemented as scheduled - "plant" for the earth.
After arriving at the camp, under the guidance of the game instructor, the students boldly displayed themselves and divided into groups to play ice-breaking games-- "groundhog" and "table tennis cheer".
The short game exchange made the students familiar with each other and opened their hearts.
Volunteers explained the knowledge of tree planting in class. The students learned that tree planting can not only beautify the environment and increase oxygen, but also prevent desertification and protect ecological balance.
All the students listen carefully and ask questions actively.
During the tree planting, each student picks up a sapling, carefully looks for suitable soil.
They lifts the peach tree, carefully digs the tree pit, gently puts down the sapling, and gently compacts the soil. The activity scene was full of excitement and laughter.
After planting trees, the students participated in the handicraft. The space mud DIY is handmade to make a small tree in the heart.
We meticulously carry out creative design and create a unique small garden by ourselves. Look! The event site has become a colorful art garden.
The students also took part in the flying saucer operation. Volunteers will teach the knowledge of flying saucers, guide everyone to practice the basic movements, form a group, and the group members will discuss and cooperate to complete the mutual shooting of flying saucers.
Each group is not willing to be outdone, competing for the accuracy, responsiveness and cooperation ability of catching the ball in the air.
In this course, the third grade pupils of Thomas School experienced the beauty and wonder of natural ecology, and realized the importance of environmental protection and resource conservation.
Everyone said: "This time, we have come into close contact with nature and really realized the importance of caring for the environment. We are willing to work together to create a more beautiful future."