Sunday, 10 September 2017

Week 7 Term 3

Kia ora and welcome to our Room 10 blog for Week 7.
We have been looking at the collage art work of Eric Carle and making our own Eric Carle style tuatara that will be put together to make one large tesellating art work next week.

 In social skills this week we tried out a new way of sharing ideas by using a doughnut talking circle to talk about being kind to others.
We also saw lots of individual creativity shining through this week in work both from home and school. 

Throughout the week excitement in Kowhai classes had been building in anticipation of our trip to Natureland on Friday. It was well worth the wait and a great way to apply our learning about animals in the classroom to the real thing...or things! Catch a glimpse of some of what we got up to in this slide show.

What are we learning in Week 8 Term 3

Letter Sounds: medial vowel 'u' as in 'tub' or 'cut' and 'u' with magic 'e' as in 'tube' and 'cute'
Tricky Words: 'were' and 'where'
Writing:  recounts and information reports
Maths:Measurement: Time. Numeracy: basic addition and subtraction facts
P.E.: No Child Left Inside and skipping
Maori: Te wiki o te Reo
Inquiry Theme: Animals: Birds- the NZ kiwi
ICT:  Basic word processing skills , Letter School app

Events Coming Up


Tracy is teaching  Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and  doing assessment on children on Thursday
Sam is teaching Thursday and Friday
Dan is in Room 10 all week
Library day: Tuesday


Monday 25th September: Museum Stained Glass Window trip, leaving school 10.45, helpers needed
Term 3 Friday 27th October Nelson Masked Parade


Term 3: Ends Friday 29th September
Term 4: Monday 16th October-Wednesday 20th December

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