It’s the last day of term 1 and everyone forgot to get dressed when they woke up this morning! I can’t work out what is going on!?
What at are you looking forward to doing on your holidays?
Our Learning Focus this week in Reading is ” Tune in to interesting words and use them in speaking and writing.”
One of our activities was to find interesting words in our Independent Reading books and write them onto leaves. We then made this interesting word tree!
Can you think of some interesting words?
On Tuesday night our friends from Barwon Coast came and taught us all about our local environment.
Brooke taught us all about the estuary and the plants and creatures that live there. We played a blindfold game where we had to identify some of the things that live in the estuary.
We then went into th art room where Mark taught us all about some of the plants that live in the sea and river near Barwon Heads. We learnt about different types of algae (sea weeds), Kelp forests, Sea dragons and mangroves. We saw an underwater movie taken around the bluff!
Finally we went to Mrs Jordan’s room where John Duthie taught us how to play Barwon bluff bingo! It was really fun! Some of the questions included ” it has a hard outer shell”
“Has only one opening that it uses for food and waste”
What did you learn?
Today we began thinking about the things in life that we are grateful for……..
Mrs Kebbell is grateful for her beautiful class!
Mikka is grateful for her body,
Mackenzie is grateful for her family,
Zali is grateful for the roof above her head,
Miller is grateful for his friends,
Ned is grateful for swimming,
Chloe is grateful for her family,
Stella is grateful to have a school to go to!
What are you grateful for?