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Kitchen Beats

Household Kitchens can be repurposed in so many ways during distance learning. For example as a chemistry lab, as we recently saw. Or as a music lab, as our Basis level students found out this week.

The young musicians searched their kitchens for anything that can be used as an instrument. Glasses, bowls, colanders, spatulas, wooden spoons, and even egg-whisks were utilized to produce tones and tunes.

At home or face-to-face: The lessons at RIS Swiss Section aim to motivate the students to be active and discover their talents during the learning journey.

Kitchen Beats

Household Kitchens can be repurposed in so many ways during distance learning. For example as a chemistry lab, as we recently saw. Or as a music lab, as our Basis level students found out this week. The young musicians searched their kitchens for anything that can be used as an instrument. Glasses, bowls, colanders, spatulas, wooden spoons, and even egg-whisks were utilized to produce tones and tunes. At home or face-to-face: The lessons at RIS Swiss Section aim to motivate the students to be active and discover their talents during the learning journey.

Posted by RIS Swiss Section on Friday, 15 October 2021