This year, the children will receive ukulele lessons on Monday afternoons beginning in October. There is no need to bring any equipment as the instruments are provided by the school.
Collage inspired by the Amazon Rainforest
I enjoyed learning about internet legends with Mr Germain in PPA- Reggie
I enjoyed making art with leaves as part of our Scintillating South America Day- Sherice
I liked learning how to keep our personal information secure when we use the Internet- Oscar
I really liked writing the story of Auggie in English- Michalina
I enjoyed going outside to practise our times tables in Maths- Milo
This week started on a musical note as we had our very first ukulele lesson with our instructor, Ella. On Thursday, we were making sculptures inspired by Alberto Giacometti with Mrs H. We finished the week creating greeting cards for the Christmas break. Yes, it does seem a long way off but if we finish them soon, then they should be back from the printers in time for December.
We enjoyed playing games such Four Square and Capture the Flag in PE- Reggie
I really liked how we have PE two days in a row now- Ezra
I enjoyed ukulele lesson with Ella and learning how to play 'We Will Rock You'- Oscar
It was fun making sculptures out of tin foil, which were based on Giacometti's art - Bill
Week 6: October? Already?!?
We can't believe we've been back for just over a month already! As part of our work towards developing a Growth Mindset, Friday afternoons are set aside for a team challenge activities. This week we had to work in groups threes to get a hula hoop over a chair by balancing it on two fingers.
We enjoyed choosing words to add to our 'Role on Wall' display- Reggie
We chose Ezra as our school council member- Glory
We won the class attendance award for the week- Rosie
Week three has been a very busy one. We have used our place value knowledge to round numbers, investigated the feelings of the character Auggie in our class book and elected our member of the school council.
This week, we asked Cherry class to become their very own chefs. The children brought in their ingredients for toppings and made their own pizzas in class.
The result were delicious as we're sure you can tell.