We were finally able to participate in Sport this week before the weather turned against us. Between 9 and 10 am we gathered with all of year 3, 4, 5 and 6 to take part in 8 Rotations- 2 rounds of 3 minutes each activity
Grouping – 8 groups
1. Netball goal shooting
2. Squats/mountain climbers/burpees/agility ladder
3. Ball throwing/catching
4. Kick / catch- footballs
5. Soccer dribbling
6. Goal shooting- soccer
7. Balance beams – walking, (more advance ice-cream scoops)
8. Small bats – in pairs keep ball in the air
Late Friday afternoon we started our Cherry Blossom art work. Today we continued. Some students used the iPad app Paper53, some ArtRage on computers and others freehand.
When the students had completed their iPad art, they then uploaded it to Seesaw for their parents to see.Scan the QR code and listen to 3 of our students explanation of what they have completed,
Some of our artists at work.
Did you know that the Cherry Blossom is known as "sakura" in Japanese, these pale blooms are a symbol of more than just spring — they stand for renewal and hope.
This week we went on a gallery walk around the classroom and assessed our Peer's work. We need to compliment them on one thing that they had done that we liked and one thing that needed improving. We are trying to establish book routines in how our work is set out. That is what we were looking at.
How would you have answered Monday's question?
How would you have answered Tuesday's question?
Due to RFF on a Wednesday, we did not complete an open ended math question. So we did two on Thursday.
The Department of Education has made it available to schools via the Google Apps for Education (GAfE )domain. Classroom is a way to get all of our students in one place and allows me to easily assign work and for students to turn it in,
This term we are using the fabulous Google Classroom for our learning. Our Japan or China unit has many different activities in it as well as our 5/6W classroom where all our literacy work will be embedded in our learning.
So for our first foray into the world in the cloud, the students filled out a form about what they already knew about Japan or China.
After everyone had submitted their work a spreadsheet was used to automatically collate the responses.
When the students saw all their answers go from a form to the spreadsheet they were amazed that it could happen so fast.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work and we pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.
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