L-Aġenzija Nazzjonali tal-Litteriżmu nediet sensiela ta’ animazzjonijiet viżivi magħmula apposta għat-tfal ċkejknin bl-isem ta’ Emme.
Kull episodju jittratta sitwazzjoni jew avventura li fiha hemm Emme bħala protagonista. Emme huwa merill li għadu żgħir ħafna. Għadu kif beda jmur l-iskola u qed jitgħallem kif iġib ruħu ma’ sħabu. Dawn huma sitwazzjonijiet li t-tfal żgħar jistgħu jirrelataw magħhom permezz ta’ dawn l-animazzjonijiet viżivi. Il-kitba hija ta’ Clare Azzopardi, id-disinji u l-animazzjoni ta’ Matthew Stroud, in-narrazzjoni ta’ Kenneth Scicluna u l-mużika ta’ Maria Mifsud. Il-produzzjoni saret għall-Aġenzija Nazzjonali tal-Litteriżmu.
In May the National Literacy Agency will be organising again the online spelling game in Maltese for primary school pupils called Raddiena Kliem. This activity aims at encouraging and helping our pupils spell better in Maltese. Due to the present situation and the health measures adopted in schools, this activity will take place virtually via Microsoft Teams. The game is intended for Year 5 and Year 6 classes. The game will be held during Maltese lessons and will last about an hour.
The Agency hereby invites Heads of Primary Schools to encourage their teachers to participate in this activity together with their students. Preference will be given to schools that have not already participated. Primary Schools that are interested in participating in Raddiena Kliem are kindly asked to send an email to Ms. Nicolette Borg on firstname.lastname@example.org else call her on 25983312.
Prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Literacy Agency organised several free of charge Family Writing Activities, in Maltese and English, for children and their families in various localities around Malta and Gozo. These activities offered families a positive experience of the writing process in a fun and relaxed setting. In the present circumstances the National Literacy Agency, in collaboration with Heritage Malta, is organising an Online Family Writing Activity in Maltese about the Inquisitor’s Palace in Vittoriosa, as follows:
Families who wish to participate in this activity are asked to fill in an online form by clicking HEREby not later than Friday 23rd April 2021. Applications will be processed on a first come first served basis. For more information about this activity, kindly contact us on number 2598 3324 or by email to email@example.com.
We have compiled a list of websites with activities for Kindergarten and Primary School Students, featuring a list of fun activities that can be done with children during the Easter Holidays. Some feature online games, others have printable activities which can be done by students. For younger KG students, there are some fun craft activities, too. Click on the website names below to view access the sites!
St. Nicholas College Mgarr Primary School has been awarded the matemaTIKKA Bronze Award with their online activity, Around Malta Digital Scavenger Hunt.
The matemaTIKKA Award scheme held by the Science Centre (Pembroke) aims to promote innovative school/college projects and instantiates to strengthen effective engagement, learning and achievement in Mathematics. Three winning projects were announced during the tikka MATEMATIKA seminar and the project representatives were presented the Award plaques by Ms. Marica Delia – Head, Operational Management – Digital Business Services – COO Office at HSBC Head Quarters Qormi.
matemaTIKKA Awards are sponsored by HSBC Malta Foundation.
At St. Nicholas College, Attard Primary School, children in Kinder 2 had the opportunity to discuss why we are meeting up from home at the moment and not at school! This discussion took place in Ms. Vanessa’s class as a follow up to a story they had all watched together online. Pupils in kinder 2 classes experimented with letters, had scavenger hunts at home, prepared some playdough and played together virtually. Children in Ms. Kim’s class discussed the Easter story and took part in various Easter related activities. Although these activities are related to the Easter topic, children not only learned about the story of Easter, but also numbers and value, colours and colour sorting, all about shapes and also the letters ‘f’ and ‘g’ in Maltese
Kinder 2 educators at St. Nicholas College, Attard Primary School, have been working hard delivering online sessions to their pupils who attended eagerly. They tackled mathematical concepts, discussed stories, did science experiments and participated in various hands on activities together. They even had some time for online free play which they really enjoyed! Everyone got creative to make this virtual experience one to remember 🙂!!
A great big WELL DONE our KG2 Educators, Ms. Ruth, Ms. Jackie, Ms. Miriam, Ms. Kim, Ms. Marika and Ms. Vanessa; their students, and their parents/guardians for the support !
The Department of Accounting, Business Studies and Retail within the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes in collaboration with ĠEMMA is inviting students in Years 9, 10 and 11 to take part in the online Interactive Play called ĠEMMA FTIT. The objective of the play is that of educating teens on the importance of money management – why one should budget, managing spending, the importance of differentiating between needs and wants, earning income and using it wisely, setting financial goals and saving for them amongst others. Furthermore, the play highlights the importance of decision making which often impact our future both regarding the financial aspect as well as career progression. Every decision taken carries a situation which poses some questions to viewers thus there is an interaction between the play and viewers.
Teachers are being encouraged to make students aware of this play and carry out a lesson about the importance of money management following the delivery of the online play in class. Link for the GEMMA FTIT play:
Interested students are then invited to participate in a webinar with a representative from ĠEMMA and the Department of Accounting, Business Studies and Retail to discuss and share ideas on what they learnt from the play. Students’ parents/guardians are encouraged to join in the webinar and participate in the discussion. The webinar will be scheduled on Friday 23rd April 2021 at 16:00. A link for the webinar will be sent to individuals who register through the link https://forms.office.com/r/XsPRn2gngk by Friday 9th April 2021.