Yesterday afternoon the children were busy preparing for the Moon Lantern Festival.
This morning we were joined by a number of grandparents, parents, family members and friends for Grandparents Morning. Together we engaged in a range of provocations that showed our family members our wonderful outlook on learning. It was fantastic to see so many family members engaging in our learning with us. We ended the fabulous morning with a shared morning tea.
Thank you to everyone that attended!
Jackson: I just make stuff for my grandma
Gurshaan: I showed my dad the turtles and he said that they were good
Grace: I liked meeting Annabella’s family
Ebony: I liked my whole family being here because I love my whole family
Elnathan: I liked playing with Lego with my dad
Alannah: I liked meeting Annabella’s grandma
Annabella: I liked showing my grandma and dad and uncle around the classroom. They liked the drawing best.
Siddha: i liked showing my family and my grandparents my painting of a rainbow
Savannah: I enjoyed having a photo with my family
Hudson: I liked doing the block corner with my grandma
Emily M: My speck of gold was drawing a picture for Miss Canala
Grace: My speck of gold was making a stress ball
Krish: My speck of gold was drawing a picture for Miss Canala and it had a rainbow
Gurshaan: My speck of gold was playing with the Lego
Siddha: My speck of gold was painting a panda
Ebony: My speck of gold is being a bucket filler
Jasper: My speck of gold playing football
Awan: My speck of gold was playing hair dressers
Ameer: My speck of gold was making a stress ball
Katrina: My speck of gold was making a stress ball
Elnathan: My speck of gold was making a picture for Miss Canala
Milania: My speck of gold was making the stress balls
“I was making a dinosaur house” – Gurneet
“In investigations I made a stress ball” – Deeksha
“I made a marble run” – Alexander
“I was doing the blocks. I made a dinosaur house track” – Jaimie
“I played with the lego and made a mobile” – Jackson
“In investigations I made a stress ball” -Krish
“In investigations I made lego”- Ethan J
“In investigations I made a big lego a garbage truck” – Ethan B
“In investigations I played outside” – Emily M
“In investigations I played outside with Kai. We made a pie” – Ravleen
“In investigations I made a stress ball and lego” – James
“I went outside and then I saw a garbage trucks” – Awan
After we’d discussed the difference between living and non-living things we went to Grevillias Reserve with a challenge…
Can you find any living things at Grevillias Reserve?
Here is what we found…
Elnathan: Dear God, Thank you for helping me play with my friends
Grace: Dear God, Thank you for having wonderful teachers and friends
Katrina: Dear God, I am thankful for my school
Emily M: Dear God, I am thankful for my teacher
Krish: Dear God, Thankyou for my buddy
Gurshaan: Dear God, Thank you for my friends
Jackson: Dear God, Thank you for helping me keep the class clean
Ravleen: Dear God, Thank you for our buddies
Hudson: Dear God, Thank you for my teacher
Milania: Dear God, Thank you for my parents and my grandparents
Ethan B: Dear God, Thank you for my teachers
While some of us were outside on the oval at recess we noticed a lot of rubbish floating around. As a class we decided to help the environment and our animals and living things by cleaning up our school.
Well done superstars!
This morning we nourished out Literacy Understandings during Literacy Investigations. During this time, we accessed a range of provocations that extended our thinking in reading, writing, story telling and oral language.