Wild animal sculptures with 2nd graders of Elementary School
Last weeks the 2nd graders made a sculpture of a wild animal with recyclable materials. They present their job for their classmates; showed their sculptures and talk about the main characteristics of the animal. It was very interesting and funny.
The children's sculpture of wild animals is a great tool for English learning as it combines language acquisition with creativity and hands-on experience. It allows children to learn vocabulary related to animals, colors, shapes, features and sizes while engaging in a fun and interactive activity.
Additionally, the sculpture provides a visual representation of the animals, making it easier for children to remember the words and their meanings.
Overall, the sculpture enhances language learning by making it enjoyable and memorable for young learners.
Source: Prof. Cristina Dominiquini