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SAIS students showcase achievements
    2019-05-01  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Doria Nan

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Is it possible to drop an egg without cracking it? Students at the Shenzhen American International School (SAIS) designed egg-dropping cradles for a challenge by applying Newton’s three laws of motion.

That was one of the interesting projects showcased at the seventh Shenzhen American International School Exhibition of Learning held on Thursday last week. SAIS students from 3 to 16 years old showcased their projects at the exhibition.

Grades 7 and 8 students have been studying 19th-century history and their projects are focused on these topics. Grade 8 student Aaron, who is interested in weapons, made a 19th-century crossbow using cardboard, tape, rubber bands, straw and toothpicks according to photos online.

Grade 3 students studied the ancient Greek gods and heroes. Students created costumes fashioned after mythical figures and held a fashion show while an introduction was given on each character on a screen.

Fifth-graders did a comprehensive study of the solar system and other stars to explore the topic of possible alien encounters. Student David Angarita, keen on science topics, said he learned a lot from the project and that he concludes Mars is the most possible place to have living creatures, but that he believes most likely there are no aliens.

“Kids are really eager to show their projects,” said visitor Diana Peralta who was amazed by students’ sense of pride when showcasing their projects.

“I can feel these students really understand the knowledge they’ve learned,” said visitor Andrew Reyes.

ELE1 students learned about the form and function of transportation by making transportation models with the help of their parents. “Students’ innovative thinking was improved a lot through the process,” said Yu Yanxi, an ELE1 student parent, adding her son has original ideas about using certain materials when making his model trucks.

Besides, every class focused on different topics such as environmental pollution, shadow and light, waste recycling, transforming energy, the circle of life and so on.

“It is a joy to see every class has its own ideas,” said Yu Yanxi. “These topics help students to better understand the world around them.”

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