Grade O's became science and technology literate

Posted on June 21, 2010

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A group of JCP-students taught Grade 0-kids the past two weeks about Science and Technology.  They are Valerie Lehabe, Tshegofatsong Modisakeng, Leshego Mogale, Katiso Mogale, Sinderella Mthembu, Lesego Rakodi, Thabang Mabena and Rolinda Siko. They used the lessons, named Tekki Tots, developed by Anita van Deventer from the Meraka Institute.  They chose Sunnyside Pre-Primary School because JCP-students have been working there from 2005 in various projects. The lessons varied from mixing colours, measurement, and a lesson on data using smarties.   Please view their blog report.

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