Today Father Sam helped us celebrate Mass. It was lovely to have parents who were able to attend join us.
We reflected on the sacrifice Jesus made for us by dying on the cross on Good Friday.
How Jesus had victory over death by rising on Easter Sunday.
He did this because he loves us.
Please share the mass with us.
A truly beautiful Mass!
Just a reminder casual day tomorrow for sealed packet of lollies for Spring Fair!
Thank you for your support in advance!
This morning in Play based Investigations many students chose to make a show bag. They were much more creative than the Royal Show bags.
Meitrayi and Stacey created an AMAZING Ferris Wheel we will now add to the dolls house they also created!
Please share in our learning!
Just a reminder in regards to bringing in empty L and ml containers to use next week in Numeracy
Today the students explored measurement both length and volume.
They also continued their number learning with bingo snakes and ladders, calculators
Also we continued our money learning using the cash register
PLEASE CONTINUE TO SEND IN EMPTY CONTAINERS THAT HAVE LITERS AND ML ON THEM
We will need to use them for numeracy next week
Wow what an amazing day. Lots of great dress ups, Super Heroes, Fairies, Harry Potter , Mad Hatter, Sports Players etc.
Enjoy the day with us!
Books are fun!
Just before lunch the receptions invited the year 2’s to participate in their play based investigations.
We had lots of fun making new friends and sharing in play.
We hope to meet again soon!
Today for Literacy the students had many provocations to engage in.
Some made puppets and theatre. Others used the puppets to create a play.
Some students had a go at Word Finds.
Team work and oral language was developed with many games and phones.
Others engaged in Writers Workshop.
There was an opportunity for reading including our Mem Fox stories
Some students created their own travel brochures.
Lots of engagement and learning were evident today!
After recess we continued our learning with length using cm and meters.
We were fortunate to have Mr McCarthy with us and we went to to the Fish Farm and helped him measure the Barra
He asked us to estimate the length first then we checked by measuring the Barra
Please share our amazing learning!
When we went back to class we looked at our data and ordered it shortest to longest.
Mr McCarthy then told us that when he goes fishing he catches Barra and it needs to be 55cm in order to keep it.
If it is less it needs to be thrown back in the water.
We then worked out how many more cm our longest Barra needs to grow in order to be able to keep if it was in the ocean.
Our largest in the fish farm is 34cm ? We worked out 21cm more.
What an exciting way to learn about length. One of the best 100 languages!
Today in Numeracy we continued with Measurement. We spoke about Cm, m and Km about why we use these Standard Measures.
We then had many provocations including Measurement, Number including addition and Subtraction,we had a real cash register and money and Geo-boards
This little chart helps us remember the different lengths we use