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Kindergarten

Kindergarten

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<2>Kindergarten As students formulated questions about pollution, teachers guided students in asking questions to start extending the background knowledge they already have. Students were guided in building on what they already know by letting them write topics on post it notes. They wrote their ‘wonderings’ on the ‘what do I want to know’ section of the chart. They researched documentary videos about the effects of pollution. They use the library to find additional references.They also downloaded photos that illustrate different types of pollution. The designed the ‘How We Share the Planet’ board and decorated the edges of the board using the cut out cardboards painted with different colors. They glued the cardboard on sides of the white paper chart arranging the patterns of shapes and colors. This activity was integrated to mathematics specifically on patterns and shapes. During the Pchum Ben holiday, Muili went to Japan and had a vacation with her family. She grabbed this opportunity to observe what types of pollution are present in Japan and how living things are affected by the pollution. Based on her actual research and personal observation, she knew that Japan has been credited to putting a lot of effort into reducing some forms of pollution but has been criticized for wreaking havoc on the environment in a number of areas and not forging a coherent long-term environmental policy. She learned through research that over the past 10 years, pollution has been a major issue in Japan with all of the factories and the increased demand for automobiles as well. The main source of problem is all of the industrial and automotive fumes coming from Tokyo. Kindergarten