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Photo: Hassan Hijazi/NRC Layla is ten years old and will start fifth grade this year. She is very excited to tell us about her dreams. She aspires to be an architect when she finishes her education. "I love sketching and drawing buildings, so building an actual house that I drew is going to be very nice," says Layla. "I was happy to see strong and confident girls with defined career aspirations and dreams. Sometimes we meet children who are shy and do not know how to express themselves. Heba and Laylas artistic talents were also outstanding, that is why I felt the need to connect with them" says Lian Saifi, NRC Jordans acting communications coordinator. Read caption Math is fun! Photo: Hassan Hijazi/NRC We all know that maths is one of the most unpleasant classes for students, but I try my best to make it fun and interactive. We play games with numbers and use drawings as a teaching method in math. This way, I believe my students will be better prepared for the new school year, says maths teacher Manal. Enough with classes, lets play outside. Recreational outdoor activities are the students favourite part of the day.
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