2DH Please remember to wear your sports uniform to School tomorrow and bring along your casual clothes to change in to later.
Maths mini – add it up by…
This morning we revisited our adding up by 10, 2, 3. etc.
We shared a new Pamela Allen book this morning. It really got us thinking about our rubbish and how plastic bags are dangerous when they are not put in rubbish bins.
Bella: The message is not to use plastic bags because if they are not put in the bin some animals think they are food and then they die.
Nathan: The message is don’t throw rubbish on the floor and it is good to keep stuff clean.
Amira: The message is not to leave plastic bags around on the floor, put them in the bin.
Lilah: Pamela Allen’s message is not to throw plastic bags on the ground because they can blow away and animals like birds and fishes can get caught in them.
Djaran: You should never make plastic bags because they kill animals. We could use a trolley to take food to the cars from the shop and use fabric bags. I can just use my lunch box to bring my sandwich to school.
We used a teddy bear to show the warning signs that Mr Bean was feeling when he was on the diving board.
Some feelings we might get – Early warning Signs.
Butterflies in tummy, pins and needles, dizzy, shaking hands, quick breathing…
Mrs Jones put the children in a scenario and asked them the feelings they were experiencing and the things they could do if they were in a shopping centre and got lost.
Nikka: I would fell really, really scared.
Christian: The child who is lost would be crying.
Kayla: I saw a boy at the shop who was lost and we helped him find his big brother and he was ok after that.
The students each made a network of people they can trust and contact if they need to.
We made yummy cheese and salad rolls for lunch today. Some children tried beetroot for the very first time and said it was nice.
Finishing off afternoon…