Positive and Healthy for Life
This morning the children started the day by spending 5 minutes in the playground. This enabled students to be active, get the blood pumping and to develop social skills such as teamwork, collaboration and encouragement.
Where do you see time?
Zac – Being on time for school
Nyok – on a watch
Alexia – on my iPad
Elnathan – I see time at my house, at school, almost everywhere
Charlize – On my mum’s phone
Oliver – on a timer
Declan – On my Batman Clock
Nahom A – At home and in cars
Irin – Alarm clock
Mikeyla – I see it on laptops
Eva – sometimes you can see time on the phone
Students had an opportunity to explore clocks before joining in a big class game of what’s the time Mr Wolf? in the Piazza.
What did you see on the clocks?
Eva – I saw numbers on the clock. I also saw the little hand and the big hand
Irin – I saw the arrows pointing to the numbers which helps to see the time.
Nahom A – I saw the big hand pointing to 9 and the small one pointing to 6. So it is 9 o’clock
Alexia – I saw the hands pointing at the numbers to see what time it is.
Adum – On the clock I saw numbers
Zac – The little hand was on 3, the big hand points up. Its 3 o’clock.
Kobe – The big clock had the sun and moon on it.
To reactivate our brains after recess we worked on balancing on one leg while tapping our head with our own hand. We like it when the left and right side of our brain’s work in tandem. Mr Stramare asked the whole class to do the hit dance move the floss. This move is a great way of getting our left and right sides to work in tandem.
While R/1EQ was at Spanish the class was joined by our friends from R/1GC where we spent time learning through our own interests.
Alexia – Dear God, Thank you for the new friends we can make each day.
Speck of Gold
Alexia – playing with my friends Alexa, Nelson and Catharen.
Mitchell – playing with my friends.
Elnathan – playing soccer with the reception and year 1.3.4 at lunch.
Adum – playing in the centre with Bibi and Mitchell.
Alexia – bravery when I saw an ant. I’m scared of ants.
Mitchell – bravery when I walked on my broken leg.
Elnathan – bravery when I didn’t get hurt when playing soccer against 3/4s.
Adum – zest when I had fun in the Centre.