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 🙂
Here are some shots of some super inquiry projects on a range of countries!
We have been showing them off to our guided reading groups in literacy rotation time by selecting a few interesting aspects to talk about and show!!
Aaliyah H- USA
Dom M- USA
Thien An- France
Group 1- well done to Kuot and Dom V. Kuot presented a great project on Brazil while Dom took us around Italy!
Kuot: My favourite Brazilian player is Neymar
Dom V: In Italy they celebrate Carnevale and Christmas
We have all worked super hard to investigate and inquire into a country of our own choice over the last few weeks. An important part of learning is actually sharing what we have found!
During Guided Reading this week, each student will present their inquiry to the smaller group, showing interesting facts and findings. This is a great chance to practice projecting our voice and using expression in our communication.
Victor presented Russia to us! He told us that the capital city was Moscow!
Mohammad told us that Portugal have the same Christmas as Australia!
Steve told us that people in Belgium eat lots of fried mussels.
Nati shared that the Atlantic Ocean surrounds the USA.
Hemen informed us that July 4 in America is a holiday! They get the day off because it is a public holiday. It’s like Australia Day. The capital city is Washington!
Tammy told us that the UK is on the Northern side of the Hemisphere.
Jacob shared that people in the UK love to eat bacon sandwiches, roast dinners, cups of tea, fish and chips and yorkshire puddings!