Monday (Term 3: Week 8)

Happy Monday and Welcome to Week 8

  • to Ruby for hosting our morning organisation
  • to Kanye and Javeiria for reading our learning timetable and daily calendar information
  • to Javeiria and Phuc for feeding Tiddles the turtle
  • to Tyson/Jayden M and Mia/Hannah for being awesome classroom assistants

 

Numeracy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After Mrs. Giannakakis introduced Area, students traced 2D shapes into their numeracy books and measured the shapes area. Students were encouraged to also label the shapes they measured.

After recess, 2JH made their way to Spanish whilst 2RG had P.E with Mr. Pearce. 2RG had their T-Ball Clinic.

Whilst 2JH were at T-Ball, 2RG did some Assembly practise. We are hosting this Friday’s Moon Lantern Assembly. Please note that children have been asked to wear red clothes or cultural clothing. 

2JH T-Ball

Literacy

Ms Handforth read the next chapter from our shared novel, The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark. In today’s chapter, Plop meets a man with a telescope who is looking at the stars in the night sky. He tells Plop that Dark is Wonderful. Plop learns about  the names of stars and discovers that some stars that are closer together make constellations. Using black cardboard and stick on jewels, students made a constellation Artwork.

Play Investigations

MOON LANTERN FESTIVAL- Friday 13th September

Dear Parents/Caregivers,

The Moon Lantern Festival or Mid-Autumn Festival is a popular harvest festival celebrated when the moon is at its fullest and brightest.

At Holy Family we will be celebrating the Moon Lantern Festival on:

Friday 13 September

Students are invited to wear traditional or cultural clothing.

The 3JM and 2RG assembly will take place after recess at 11.00am and it will highlight cultural aspects of Moon Lantern Festival. Activities will include a lion dance, singing and sharing of cultural information. The winners of the Lantern Making Competition will also be announced at the assembly.

After assembly, students and families are invited back to their classrooms for a shared lunch. Students are encouraged to bring a plate of food that represents their culture.

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