Class 5: 2020-21 As part of our St. Lucia topic, Class 5 had the opportunity to try some different foods that grow in the Caribbean. Everyone went out of their comfort zone and tried something new - even some really hot chillis! We were very proud of them all! Here is a collection of photos and videos of some of the children’s reactions!
Here's the FINAL CHAPTER of Holes! There are no questions to answer for this chapter - just enjoy the end of the story. You'll need to make sure you've listened to this chapter before completing the activities for Week 5 - English 3. Don't forget to share your thoughts and reactions on the Class blog!
Here's your second chapter with questions for this week. This is the penultimate (second to last) chapter of our class book. There are 5 FINAL questions for you to answer. I will be uploading the last chapter of our Holes class story ready for your English lesson on Wednesday morning!
We are now into our FINAL week of our Holes class book. Here's your first chapter with questions for this week. There are 5 questions to answer for this chapter.
Here is your bonus chapter for this week! Like usual, there are no questions to answer for this extra chapter. Next week, I will be uploading the final 3 chapters of this story so make sure you keep a watch out for that!
Here is your second chapter for this week. For this chapter, there are 8 questions for you to have a go at answering. Chapter 47 will follow sometime mid-week - so look out!
Science: Animals and Their Habitats Local Habitats
Properties of Shape Sort 3D Shapes
Properties of Shape Count Vertices on 3D Shapes
Topic A - Locating Australia Topic B - Identifying Australia's States (Please excuse my cheeky dog yapping in the background. She heard me talking and wanted to come and play!!)
Royal Geographical Society Video: Locating Australia
Science: Animals and their Habitats (1) Living, Dead or Never Alive
As part of our Remembrance in Class 3, we read the story of Where the Poppies Now Grow and looked at the beautiful illustrations. The children fell in love with the story and we decided to recite it as a class as part of our remembering all those involved in the war.