“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” - a thought by Confucious governing most educators of modern times; a principle that made it imperative for us not to limit learning within the four walls of the classroom.
With that knowledge and considering the fact that young learners have so much energy in them, these Spartan minors went racing. Wait, this is not the plain race you are thinking of. In this ‘Amazing Race’, the primary goal is to communicate in English.
The race consisted of 5 legs. The first leg was to correctly relay the words given to the last person of the team. The second was to get their minds thinking on how to pass a tiny circular object to their teammates. The third one was to complete the picture puzzles provided. The fourth and fifth was to ignite creativity by designing a gown using manila papers and tapes.
The activity was excitingly tiring, but it was all worth it having both the mind and the body work to learn and practice English.