Q means “cute”, but the letter also looks like a magnifying glass; P means “pop-up”, and it’s like a little hand holding a pencil. Lovely three-dimensional books, interesting English reading, enlarge students’ horizons, help students to “write with God’s power “. Welcome to QP Book Expo!
GRADE 1 My Zoo
The Grade 1 children have strong interest in English reading. Through the theme, driven by My Zoo, they have produced many pop-up books with cute power. From language content in the book to the design of art, it reflects the knowledge and inspiration that the Grade 1 children draw from reading. They inject vitality into each QP book with their enthusiasm and curiosity.
GRADE 2 Family
Driven by My Family, Grade 2 interprets family in vivid language, establishing a good parent-child reading relationship with family members. The humanistic history recommended by mum, Star Wars series that dad is proud of, and Harry Potter the childhood memories of elder brother and sister, further opens their reading through the interaction. By “renovation”, Grade 2 students, made the classical culture continue on these pop-up books.
GRADE 3 Teddy Bear Project
If you had a teddy bear from a foreign country, what would you do with it? Grade 3 students started Teddy Bear Project with teachers in class. Students use the key grammar “general past time” of this semester to launch their wonderful day with Teddy Bear, and make all these into lovely pop-up books with exquisite illustrations and beautiful designs.
GRADE 4 & 5 Eat a rainbow
Seeing the wonderful handmade books of younger brothers and sisters in the lower grades, Grade 4 and 5 students are naturally not willing to fall behind. Based on the theme of health, the fourth grade created a beautiful and lovely science book, calling on everyone to eat a rainbow! Inspired by bright ideas, Grade 5 produced a three-dimensional book of creative teaching with rigorous content. In addition, these little writers have also opened their minds and created all kinds of three-dimensional books with unlimited themes. From introducing cars and Legos to colorful fairy tales and adventure notes, the students’ creative desire has been greatly stimulated!
Pop up! Open the book, jump out of not only a lovely picture, but also the students’ colorful reading world and imagination. In our own book fair, books are no longer neatly organized commodities, but the crystallization of our happy learning.