Out together in the nature of Cat Tien National Park for three days and two nights, all of our 5th graders have earned such valuable knowledge, for example, of rescuing the wild animals, of saving the environment and the nature, and especially of ecosystems and sustainable practices in Cat Tien, which will help them with their school projects of sustainability.
Staying at Cat Tien for three days, our students have brought home a bunch of unforgettable and interesting experiences. Perhaps for the first time in their life, for instance, they could see gibbons swinging through the trees and hear them singing so loud very early in the morning. They should be so proud of themselves that they could wake up at around 5 o’clock to join the morning hike and overcome their fears of silent night hiking without any lights.
Our Grade 5 students have expressed they liked visiting the Moon Bear Center to observe the bears finding foods. Some liked the Night Safari and Primate Center to learn more about wild animals, while others liked roasting marshmallows by the bonfire. Whatever activities attracted them, after the trip, not one of our students would deny wanting to come back to Cat Tien again if they had another chance.
Let’s have a quick overview at our trip and find out tons of other great photos through this link, and please do not forget to visit our grade 5 dragons’ blogs to read about their own true reflections of this amazing trip! Enjoy! Ms. Chi 🙂