During the Autumn Trimester we’ve been focusing on literacy.
Yes, we’re here at school over the Autumn Break working on learning about our school community. The questions we’re asking ourselves: What makes us strong? What are our areas of growth? How do we get feedback from our community to serve our students and families better?
This level of dedication is what sets Peace Terrace Academy apart from others, MashaAllah.
Our Autumn Festival was an amazing affair. MashaAllah what a wonderful way to spend a Saturday!! Creative games and activities, delicious food, performances, and wonderful vendors made the day extraordinary.
A special thanks goes to Ms. Zolaikha for organizing the event, Ms. Tahira for the fun drawings and to all of our teachers and volunteers for pitching in to make the day memorable. We would also like to thank our sponsors for the event: Madina Market, New York Pizza and Kabob, and Ardenwood Farms.
Games and activities created by teachers and volunteers!
A spectacular show
Chocolate chip cookie contest judging. Well done Rahmah and Asilah!
Photo booth fun with Joha and his wife Jameela.
Delicious Food and Meeting of Friends
Thank you for joining us. See you all next year!
Recent neurological research tends to confirm that mobility and dexterity in the fine motor muscles, especially in the hand, may stimulate cellular development in the brain, and so strengthen the physical foundation of thinking.
“In the Middle Ages, the craft of knitting was introduced alongside weaving and braiding. Although the origins of knitting are obscure, old woodcuts and medieval illuminations place its appearance in Europe at about the same time that the game of chess and the mathematical approach of algebra became known to Westerners. Indeed, among the earliest knitted textiles discovered in Europe are two Islamic-inspired knitted cushions, whose patterns one of whose patterns suggests castles on a chessboard. It is significant that the most intellectual of games and the most cognitive approach to numerical problems accompanied the development or knitting. It was as though a new degree of adeptness in the hand had to go side by side with newly-discovered capacities in the head.”