As part of book week we have been very creative. We have designed our own book covers, written/ made audio books on our ipads and participated in many reading sessions. Today we had a go at drawing Hairy Maclary… Have a look at our drawings…
We enjoyed playing number games to learn how to skip count with speed and accuracy.
Our Colourful Taniwha’s created by us for our Calendar Art.Super Duper!!!
Disco Time was so much fun.We loved the glow sticks.
Garden to table .We love caring for our veggies in our garden and eating healthy food.
Milo and cookies .A nice treat from our teacher.
We made these frangipani flowers during Cook Island week.They look amazing in our classroom.We used pastels to brighten up the petals.
The children have been learning how to work together and share their ideas at math time. We have been learning about addition, multiplication and division.
Students had a wonderful experience with the New Zealand books that were used for storytelling and interaction. The fact that the books were woven into an engaging, original narrative filled with music, adventure, and intrigue likely contributed to their enjoyment.
This is Room 1’s calendar art. We made fish out of our hand print. Mrs. Ghosh helped us to put colour on our hands and then we slapped it on the paper. After that we had to wash our hands. It was messy but fun.
Maui had to stop the sun because the sun was going too fast and the people couldn’t get anything done.
We used pastels and dye to make our Suns. We had to put Maori patterns like koru / spirals on our Sun. We had to have the sun in the middle and two things on the side, mountains or trees.
I thought it was easy because I like colouring and drawing. – Davina
I was worried when we put the dye on the sun, I thought we wouldn’t be able to see the sun, but I was surprised. – Mikah
It was a little tricky because my hand started to hurt after colouring for so long. – Thalha