For the “Little Inventors” unit, we organized an excursion to Rahmi Koç Museum. We had a chance to observe the development of inventions from past to the present and we had the opportunity to see the way how various machines work in our daily lives.
AREL Kindergarten students celebrated Spring Festival and Mother’s Day on the 9th of May. The celebrations started with singing songs and continued by giving special presents prepared by our students. Parents and students had fun playing games with the help of animators. Our festival ended with the students drawing pictures with their families.
Every year, April 23rd National Sovereignty and Children’s Day is celebrated in our country, and our representative offices in other countries. Institutions and schools commemorate the day with different activities and celebrating our national unity. As a symbol of his confidence in them, Atatürk dedicated April 23rd to children. AREL students celebrated April 23rd National Sovereignty and Children’s Day with great enthusiasm. Students’ perfomances in the ceremony, especially the chorus, ballet, modern dance, gymnastics, and children’s poems were appreciated by the audience.
Happy National Day to our community and all children.
AREL’s little inventors produced solutions to the problems they face with their inventions. They invented and designed the clothes of future to make their lives easier.
5&6 year olds presented the clothes they created to their friends and parents during the activity called “Inventions and Inventors” and “Future Clothes”. In order to help students search, think critically and improve problem solving skills, we held “Inventions-Inventors Day”. On that day, 6 year olds expressed what the solutions of the problems that they faced in their lives were. 5 year olds designed and created clothes that they thought would be helpful for people to solve the problems.
The children presented the clothes they designed with unlimited creativity. If these solutions come to life one day, they will be able to find solutions for a lot of problems.
Another point of these inventions is that they are so sensitive to environmental issues.
For our “Clothes” unit, we made our students design their own clothes for future to increase their levels of creativity and confidence. They used their limitless imagination. Then, we organized a fashion show to introduce our products to the parents.
Our students’ dentist parents expressed the importance of protecting dental health and they introduced the ways to keep our teeth clean with concrete materials.
Besides, our students’ doctor parents mentioned the ways and the importance of protecting our health and they answered questions. Thank them all for their participation.
Arel's tiny inventors have devised inventions of the future. AREL traditionally organizes every year “15.INVENTION AND INVENTORS" day in kindergarten, in that day six-year-old students exhibited a presentation of their creative inventions.
During the "Inventions-Inventors' Day", Children think, explore, solve problems and increase the sense of responsibility, tiny hands state creative solutions for the challenges they face. The inventions that the students produced with a limitless imagination aroused admiration.
In the design process of the invention their mothers and fathers were the assistants of the inventors. Little inventors used waste materials while designing. In total, 45 inventions were introduced one by one both in English and Turkish.
AREL College Primary School Director Metin ALTUN stated that "Imagination and creativity should be developed at a young age. These inventions are the works of our children. We are very proud of them. I believe that our children will achieve useful inventions for our country“.
The solutions that were produced by the little students were viewed with great interest during the whole presentation.
We visited the Toy Museum to understand the importance of toys and games in human life. We learned about the changes in children’s toys from past to present. We had the opportunity to recognize toys that our parents played with.