Have you ever tried building a tower using spaghetti? Well, our secondary students just tried it out yesterday!
Several essential skills for success include teamwork and problem solving. This activity requires creativity, innovation and thinking outside the box, but also being able to develop a plan and execute it as a team.
In the Marshmallow Challenge, our secondary students were grouped into 20 groups. Each team had 20 minutes to work together to construct a spaghetti tower that has a marshmallow on the top for the height measurement to be taken in the end.
Through this challenge, our students learned to work as a team, and to support each other to achieve better results.
After all the groups finished their towers, Mr. Michael Wagner helped take a close measurement of all the towers that were built successfully, and Ms. Ann announced the winners! Guess what prizes they are having? Mash mellows of course!
To better understand what our students are learning in school, and to have the opportunity to observe the class while students are learning inside the classrooms, we invite all the prospective parents to come for our Open Days on Friday, October 26th and/or on Saturday, October 27th, please scan the QR code for registration.