Fun Friyay June 23!

Good morning fellow Bloggers!

Another reminder that the dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Camp Payments must be made prior to departure. Thank you!

We hope you have a splendid weekend filled with many specks of gold! P.S. Happy Camp preparing/packing! 

Enjoying the Sunshine!

Together as a group we have discussed and investigated how important it is to spend time outside and being active each day! Today we were rewarded with some free time fitness after so many of us worked hard in Numeracy to find Tessellating Angles. It is awesome to see students playing fairly together and even creating some new games!

We had people playing baseball, soccer, tennis, kick ball, medicine ball races and a very serious handball tournament! 

Thanks for turning on the beautiful weather today universe 🙂 

Group 4 IB Inquiry Sharing!

Group 4 proudly shared their Country Inquiries. 

Jess shared a Taiwanese restaurant called Modern Toilet. They serve their food on mini toilets! They also have amazing street foods like oyster omelette and stinky tofu!

Patrick’s Netherland inquiry highlighted that their summer is like our winter because it is so cold!

Did you know that the Seoul Tower is really popular in South Korea because their are many delicious foods and drinks you can buy there? Amber said.

Paris is a big European City and known for art, fashion, cooking and culture,” exclaimed Arthi.

Paris shared that Kimchi is a traditional dish served in South Korea. It is fermented veggies like cabbages and then they add different spices like chilli, garlic and salt!

“One tourist attraction in Iceland is the Blue Lagoon. It is so big but not cold and if you get out it is cold!” shared Akash.

Tremendous Thursday June 22

Hi all!

Another reminder that the dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Camp Payments must be made prior to departure. Thank you!

Group 3 Country Inquiry Sharing!

Country Inquiry Sharing Continues….

Erika shared that, the red dot in the centre of the Japanese flag represents the sun! Japanese eat KFC on Christmas too!

Lara told us that winter in Japan is the opposite time to Australia – how interesting! She also shared some tradition Japanese food names with us.

Dhyana highlighted some famous Japanese desserts including; Mochi, Dango and Coffee Jelly.

Did you know that Brazil’s name comes from a wood called Brazil Wood? Alex shared this with us!

In the Phillipines, if you see a family friend you say Tee-Toh! Shared Justin.

Jonas informed us that the most visited tourist attraction in the USA is Grand Central Terminal and they have had 21.6 million visitors!

Nam told us that people in Germany have shorter school days than here in Australia

Trinity shared that the Red Hued Theatre in Mongolia show shares hundreds of shows per year!

 

Wednesday June 21

Good morning!

Another reminder that the dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Group 2 Inquiry Sharing!

Today’s Guided Reading Group 2 passionately shared their inquiry learning to the smaller group. 

Gabriella shared that Singapore’s money is called Singapore Dollar!

Klorence told us that the maple leaf on the Canadian flag is the symbol of the country. The white stands for peace and honesty. The red stands for bravery and strength.

Did you know that France is in the Northern hemisphere? Monica told us all today!

Mason’s detailed inquiry on Japan taught us that people in China go to school at the age of 15. He also shared his Bibliography.

Vu’s inquiry on Russia highlighted the fact that Russia is the biggest country in the world with lots of neighbouring countries like UK and North Korea!

Gem’s England inquiry showed the the River Severn is the longest in England.

Lastly, Tam-An shared that the Atlantic Ocean surrounds America, Canada AND Mexico!

REVISED Camp Dates

The dates on the Camp Permission Form are incorrect, the correct dates for the 5/6 Camp Dates are;

Week 9: June 28 – June 30 (Wednesday to Friday next week)

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. This form was sent home to families yesterday.