Today at oral language time we did a 3-2-1 activity where we shared 3 words about ANZAC day with our first partner, 2 words with our second, and our favourite or most interesting word with our last partner.
We came up with some amazing words about ANZAC Day.
We had quite a few children attend an ANZAC service yesterday.
Here is our Wordle of ANZAC Words. (Click on it to make it bigger)
Lucy wrote us a very long email about her holiday in America - She has been doing SO MUCH!
I will read it to the class on Thursday.
Here are two photos of Lucy. Can you guess where she is in these photos?
I have been staying at my Nana’s house in Foxton Beach. It has been awesome. Nana has about 13 swan plants and it is too hard to count the caterpillars. We have seen two chrysalis’s hatch and have seen lots of caterpillars go into their chrysalis. We have also been lucky enough to see a baby caterpillar come out of its egg, it was so tiny.
I was also lucky enough to see a stick insect. When we were here at Xmas time, I took a picture of a brown stick insect and this time we saw this green one.
I have got this song stuck in my head! It will be a fun way to practice skip counting in doubles. There are two videos to watch. I have used quietube to show these youtube videos without distractions down the sides. This will help to keep your child safe on the internet. Enjoy the songs!