On Monday, October 17th, Block 8 Academy checked out the Compassion Experience in Burnaby. The Compassion Experience is a traveling exhibition that profiles the lives of children living in extreme poverty.
The Compassion Experience is an immersive exhibit that allowed the children to experience other cultures. As they walked through the exhibit they learned of Yannely and Jonathan who are both from the Dominican Republic. They saw and heard how extreme poverty, sickness and poor education could stifle their dreams.
The children of Block 8 then learned how those children used their strength and creativity to change their lives and the lives of their communities for the better. It was an eye opening and inspiring experience!
It took a bit of time to get to this blog, so we have missed quite a few events. Here are a couple just to catch up ...
Free time with play dough, nature, and Fuzzoodles
#Montessori #homeschool A tour of a replica trench at the museum at Port Moody. In an effort to educate the public about World War 1 to mark 100 years since the battle, the trench was created and a series of talks scheduled. Future visits will include information about specific world war facts and events. Shown below ... students get a feel for what the trenches were really like ...
This blog tracks recent highlights from Block 8 Academy. It includes events that occurred during care time as well as special events attended by students and their families.