Well done to R1KJ and their buddies for an amazing assembly. Check out some photos below of the children up on the stage reading in front of the whole school – AMAZING!!!!
CURIOSITY IN THE MUDLA
Curiosity – what do you think this word might mean?
Viraj – asking a question
Shane – when we are curious and want to learn something
Curiosity: A strong desire to know or learn something
What is something you are curious about in your learning?
Shane – reading
Richard – learning new things
Connor – insects and bugs
Alana – writing
Mikayla – the turtles
Alexandros – the fish
Students to go to fish farm with their books. Discussions with Mr McCarthy – observe the animals/fish farm.
Viraj – i used curiosity to build a house with the lego
Layla – i used curiosity when i was knowing how to do making
Nikolas – i used curiosity with the turtles, i found out more about the turtles one had a short neck and one had a long neck
Richard – I used curiosity when i asked my friend how did you build the boat?
Katheren – I used curiosity with my friends and we looked about lizards and bugs
- Alana – I am grateful for the fish
- Mary – I am grateful for my home
- Sahib – I am grateful for the turtles
- Naomi – i am grateful for the trees
- Alexandros – I am grateful for pac man
- Viraj – I am grateful for all the animals
- Mithra – I am grateful for the fish farm in our school
- Layla – I am grateful for fish farm
MATHS – INTRO TO LOCATION
Alex – next to
Alana – behind
Viraj – between
Richard – on
Shane – under
Sahib – over
Connor – outside
Elezar – under
Alexandros – behind
Mary – in front of
Layla – behind
Chloe – under
Students choose a book that interests them from their book box.
Students write the title & author of the book at the top of the page.
Students then draw/write a reflection about what they enjoyed/liked about this book.
Have a great weekend everyone!