——Professor Yu Yongping
Hi, Primary School!
What is it like there?
Is it fun? Can I take an afternoon nap?
Do you have a lot of homework to do?
What do you do in PE and extension classes in Primary School?
Is the school food delicious?
Kindergarten children are about to enter primary school. How should they find answers to their curiosity about primary school life? How do Grade 2 children, who graduated not long ago from kindergarten, share their thoughts on primary school life with their younger schoolmates? How to answer questions about primary school that kindergarten children are most concerned about?
With these questions in mind, the “effective linkage, two-way growth” teaching and research activities for kindergarten were officially launched, and primary school teachers and kindergarten teachers held online discussions to deliver a rich variety of activities.
Pu Xinyu’s mother: The atmosphere of the press conference was relaxed and happy. Many questions and answers were full of fun. We all laughed in the audience. At the end of the meeting, she came out of the study, looking at her in school uniform, confidently and easily standing in front of us, suddenly feel that the little girl has grown up.
I am very happy to participate in this activity, which can not only help the kindergarten children, but also exercise my summarizing and expression ability. I hope I can continue to help my younger brothers and sisters to do what I can.
MAO Hongyi: Through this activity, I saw my younger brother and sister’s yearning for primary school life. As a senior of grade 3, I have the responsibility and obligation to help the new students who will enter the school in September. I want to obey the rules of the school, set an example for my classmates, and create a happy campus life together.
Wu Yuxin: By participating in the volunteer activity, I have exercised my ability of expression and adaptability. Although I am a little nervous, this experience is very meaningful and wonderful! I am very happy to help the children in kindergarten. I can help them to answer their questions and puzzles about going to primary school soon. I think after chatting with me, they will not be afraid, and they will like the colorful primary school life more. I also look forward to meeting them in the school in the new semester.