Little Chef and Mom!
At Orbit International School, students, mothers, and teachers had a blast at the annual event 'Little Chef and Mom'! The day was filled with laughter, creativity, and delicacies shared with our amazing families. From the exciting culinary adventures to the live entertainment, it was an unforgettable experience.
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Little Chef and Mom!
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Vocabulary Fashion Show: Grade 4
At HIA, our talented grade 4 students showcased their creativity by designing costumes representing various vocabulary words.
The Fashion Show was a visual delight as students brought words to life through imaginative costumes. With vibrant colors and clever props, their creativity shone on the runway!
This unique activity not only unleashed their imagination but also had valuable educational benefits as it deepened students’ understanding of words by actively engaging with them in a creative manner.
Using Dominoes to Practice Multiplication Tables: Grade 3
At HIA, we affirm that Math promotes critical thinking by encouraging individuals to analyze situations, evaluate options, and make reasoned decisions.
Grade 3 students enjoyed creating their own multiplication equations using dominoes with varying difficulty levels.
Indeed, Math plays a fundamental role in understanding and addressing real-world challenges.
Story Structure: Grade 5
At HIA, the students of Grade 5 made incredible graphic organizers on ‘story structure."
The elements of the story were visually explained, and indeed, it was a treat to the eyes! They had such astounding themes, like the solar system, butterflies, oceans, etc.
We are proud of you!
Solar System Day: Grade 4
At HIA, grade 4 students celebrated Solar System Day in a fantastic way as a project integrated with Science and Social Studies Arabic.
Students did a morning assembly about the wonders of our solar system and showcased their creativity by wearing clothes or hats related to this topic.
We are proud of your uniqueness and creativity our beloved students.
Show, Don't Tell" activity: Grade 3
At HIA, grade 3 students had a blast with a "Show, Don't Tell" activity!
They learned how to use adjectives to describe things by bringing mystery bags and describing their contents. Their classmates asked questions to guess what was inside.
It was a super fun way to practice speaking up and relate the lesson to real life.
Opinion Essay: Grade 5
With the world being a stage, the students in grade 5 at HIA did a role play as part of their opinion essay activity.
It was such a joy to see the young actresses deliver their opinions confidently.
Monster-plication Project: Grade 3
At HIA, grade 3 students implemented a "Monster-plication Project" in the classroom.
The project served as a means to reinforce students' understanding of multiplication by drawing connections to concepts such as repeated addition, equal groups, and the commutative property of multiplication.
Students felt happy collaborating and sharing their ideas together.
Math and Art Integration: Grade 3
At HIA, we believe that "The STEAM program" is all about bringing together Math and Art. An element of hands-on activity or art is added to the math activity to make it more fun for kids and help them understand the concepts in a concrete way.
Grade 3 students felt happy integrating Math concepts of their lesson during their Art class. Keep it up!
Importance of Expression in Arabic Class: Grade 6
At HIA, we believe in the importance of expression in Arabic class, as it plays a crucial role in language acquisition and proficiency.
Grade 6 students expressed themselves clearly and accurately in Arabic to convey their thoughts, ideas, and feelings.
Indeed, encouraging our students to express themselves actively enhances their overall language skills and prepares them for real-world language use on a daily basis.
Identifying Multiples: Grade 3
At HIA, grade 3 gained proficiency in identifying multiples of nine through a structured activity.
The students found the activity not only enjoyable but also valuable, as it equipped them with practical skills in identifying multiples of nine through a hands-on approach.
Hi-five Pronouns: Grade 5
At HIA, grade 5 students wrapped up their grammar topic ‘Subject and Object Pronouns’ on an engaging activity. They traced their hands and made them as subject and object pronouns.
This activity helped them understand the types of pronouns effectively
Grade 4 Islamic project
At HIA, we strive to elevate the experience of worship within a religious community, foster a sense of unity in worship practices, and educate students about their religion in order to strengthen their bond.
Therefore, students in grade 4 gathered together and collaborated on an Islamic Arabic project concerning worship and its types. Students distributed prayer mats, prayer beads, and miswak, which are all essential items for every muslim.
We hope this was an educational and joyous experience for them!
Factor Rainbows: Grade 4
At HIA, grade 4 students got involved in the exploration of factor pairs to solidify their understanding of mathematical concepts.
Through this hands-on exercise, learners had the opportunity to visually represent and identify factors in a dynamic and colorful manner. By creating factor rainbows, students reinforced their grasp of multiplication and divisibility.
This activity not only nurtured their mathematical skills but also fostered a creative and enjoyable approach to learning foundational concepts in elementary mathematics.
مدارس الحصان ، البيئة الأمثل للتفوق والإبداع
Factor Modeling: Grade 4
At HIA, grade 4 students engaged in a collaborative activity centered around factor modeling. Each team crafted distinct factor pairs for a designated number, resulting in a comprehensive collection of factor pairs by the conclusion of the session.
This didn't only enhance their grasp of factors but also cultivated teamwork and active participation, providing a compelling and educational experience for all learners.
Divisibility Rules: Grade 4
At HIA, grade 4 students were taught the divisibility rules through an engaging and dynamic activity, which ensured the active participation of the students in the learning process.
By blending enjoyment with education, the accessibility and memorability of the divisibility rules were enhanced and reinforced for our valued learners. This approach further contributed to fostering positive and effective learning experiences for them.
Discover the Hidden Treasure: Grade 9
At HIA, grade 9 students did a project under the title "Discover the Hidden Treasure.”
This project aimed to help students engage and understand new mathematical concepts by combining practical and theoretical ideas in geometry, which included the preparation of a presentation and an entertaining game.
We are always proud of you!
Chemistry Lab Experiment: Grade 9
At HIA, grade 9 students enthusiastically embraced experimentation in the chemistry lab, reveling in hands-on experiments and relishing the process of preparing amazing copper sulfate crystals.
We are always impressed with our students' involvement during lab experiments.
Active and Passive: Grade 6
At HIA, active and passive represent the two grammatical voices in English, each tailored to specific writing styles.
To transform a sentence, simply switch the position of "the object" with "the subject."
Grade 6 students felt happy playing the digital game to understand the lesson thoroughly.
Young scientists at HISR boys’ school were engaged in an innovative and inspiring 3-week event of making STEAM projects. The event culminated in a day of exhibition of STEAM projects where students presented their creative ideas enriched with critical thinking and futuristic Scientific learning. At HISR we prepare students for a better tomorrow.
رفع مستوى الضعف في جانب معين " مثل الإملاء أو تنمية الاستيعاب أو التدرب على مهارة التركيزأو القراءة السريعة
The mental math competition
OIS grades 7 & 8 students and their mothers competed in a mental math competition. Students whose parents stay involved in school have better attendance and behavior, get better grades, demonstrate better social skills and adapt better to school. Parental involvement also more securely sets these students up to develop a lifelong love of learning, which researchers say is key to long-term success.
Guess Who Am I?
Orbit International School is proud of conducting a successful extra-curricular activity of Guess Who Am I?
The competitive spirit was evident among the competitors. The student audience exhibited great interaction and engagement. We congratulate all the participants!
Orbit teams from Grade 9 and 10 played against each other in a Dodgeball tournament. Dodgeball is a team game that requires players to work together to win. The students develop important skills like teamwork and social skills, including communication, cooperation, and problem-solving. The students had great fun.
مارس هواياتك وتعلم مهارات جديدة
ابتسم واحلم وجرب
Within the activities of the Physical Education Department at Orbit International School, some pictures of the school football league for higher grades.
OIS grades 11 and 12 took part in the dodgeball tournament. The students were excited to participate and showed great sportsmanship. The match winners were a team of 12B.
Fruit Salad Day
The aim of this activity is to help Orbit KG1 students understand that there are many different types of fruits. Eating fruits can help keep us healthy. The students tasted different fruits during this activity and learnt how to make a fruit salad by peeling, cutting, and combining ingredients.
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