Thursday, 15 May 2014

Adding Feelings in our Writing

Getting children to write about their feelings is often very powerful, as it gives children another outlet to  express how they feel, and a chance to include interesting vocabulary. The writing does not always have to be 'positive', a negative spin on what they are writing can kick start a reluctant writer. It can  encourag a writer to simply get started, and have a bit of a vent. Bianca from Room 8 has worked particularly hard today. She successfully completed the learning intension by adding feelings to her writing, she used an emotional word (mad), and she explained what made her feel a certain way, among many other good things. This is awesome work Bianca, keep it up!

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Matching Objects to Numbers by Kaysn

One of our maths activities was matching the physical objects to the numbers and making sure the numbers were in the correct order. We asked: What pattern do you see with the objects?