2Transdisciplinary Theme: How We Organize Ourselves Central Idea:Many products go through a process of change before they are consumed or used.
3Lines of Inquiry: •. Origins of products • Lines of Inquiry: • Origins of products • Changes products go through • Distribution of products
4What is the purpose of the field trip? To further heighten the experience of students by visiting factories and kitchens that showcase the production of goods – people involved in the process and how things are made.
5Who are going?• 12 Kinder students • 5 Teachers (Ms. Concio, Ms. Juanson, Ms. Kalapaca, Mr. Saclo and Ms. Li) Student-Teacher Ratio: 3:1
6What are the activities? February 13, 2014 (Thursday)7:30-9:00am Candle making with Life Project for the Youth9:00-9:15am Snacks and get ready to depart for Profoods9:15-10:00am Travel to Profoods International10:00-11:15am Profoods tour11:15-12:00nn Travel back to school12:00-12:30pm Lunch in school12:45 - 2:20pm Recycled bags making with Rise Above Foundation2:20-2:30pm Wrap up
7Life Project for the Youth French NGO working with young adults to rebuild their lives through livelihood programs
8Rise Above FoundationA group of volunteers from different countries who help improve the lives of the underprivileged by providing educational opportunities, livelihood training, health and hygiene programs
9Profoods International Maguikay, MandaueDried fruits and processed fruit products producer
10Other matters:Students may bring money if they wish to purchase any of the products. During dismissal time, parents may purchase candles or bags, if interested. Deadline of permission slips is on Feb. 6, Thursday. You may pay the fees directly to the cashier.