Last Thursday was Thanksgiving and we celebrated it at school. Anyone who knows American culture knows that Thanksgiving is a prominent holiday in American history. At LIFE, all classes, from preschool to 6th grade, celebrated the day, emphasizing the values of sharing and being thankful. Preparing the banquet We started the day with the preparations […]
During their study on matter and its properties, the third and fourth graders learned to measure matter in different ways and practiced measuring the volume and mass of liquids. Try it at home! Have your child measure the volume or mass of foods or liquids you have in the kitchen. Dry garbanzos or lentils work […]
Last month we celebrated the Fall Festival 2020, an event that is repeated year after year at LIFE School. Normally, all parents would be invited to enjoy this special day, but due to the current circumstances, the event had to be held without parents attending. We would like to thank Giselle Campos for representing our […]
Our principal, Scot Musser, answers several questions about the new situation we are facing. What action is LIFE International School taking regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19)? Since the closing down of schools by the Spanish government on March 11, 2020, LIFE teachers have been teaching our students remotely. We are committed to providing students with the best […]
On May 15, the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) hosted an international town hall event for ACSI member schools. LIFE School was honored that our preschool teacher, Mrs. Elena Afanasenko, was selected by ACSI International to share her insights on “Maintaining Healthy Attachments with Children During a Crisis. LIFE School is a member of ACSI Europe […]
Children often express their emotions through bad behavior. This is because when they experience intense feelings of fury, pain or resentment, bad behavior is a way that they demonstrate how furious, or confused or unhappy they are feeling.
Child education experts are divided into two groups: philosophers, who believe that children will naturally choose to help at home, and the pragmatists who promote rewards and bribes. Parents want children to help at home out of love, working willingly, without complaining.
How can be purposeful in training your children? Raising good children is such a difficult task that the wisest parents will use all the tools they can find to be successful. One of the tools is communication. This is the process of an exchange of messages between a sender and receiver. Information must not only […]
How can you be purposeful in training your children? Focus on the good One of the most important and difficult tasks for parents is knowing how to discipline children. Teaching them to behave correctly in the best possible way. Ultimately, it requires a lot of time and above all, a lot of patience. Discipline is […]
How can you be purposeful in training your children? Be united While our children are young, we are often short-sighted about their character development. Some parents carry a fire extinguisher, putting out fires but they can fail to take the time to install an “automatic fire extinguisher system,” with a view to the future. It […]