To help us with our retell writing, we created an iPod Circle, using dialogue to show the characters’ feelings and point of view. Can you guess the characters? Choose from: the father, the eldest son, the youngest son.
In our maths work exploring the number system, we created sculptures using 15 M.A.B. blocks. We then had to record a number sentence showing how many units our sculpture was worth.Do you know an efficient way to count up the units for each sculpture? Leave a comment here to let us know.
In our Religious Education discussion today, we talked about the concept of forgiveness. Adisa has set up a page on her blog for you to tell us your point of view. Visit Adisa’s page here and leave your comment.
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As part of her presentation into games which Aboriginal children played in the past, Breanna taught us all how to do Cats Cradle string games. Did you know that these games have been played in cultures around the world for a very long time?
Leave a comment to tell us if you enjoyed learning Cats Cradle. What was the secret of successful learning for you?