Dec. 2018

In the past few months, all of our staff have made a lot of effort to make the students feel happy and interested in learning at school. Our students have enjoyed starting the day with circle time and a variety of stories.  

In Science, the students have experienced making different sensory bottles, and have tried many experiments using baking soda and vinegar. Our art work is reflecting our literacy studies. We have been learning about different animals. So far, we have made owls, beavers and bats. Students are continuing to research the habitats of animals which we studied. We also made a big tree and pumpkins. All of our art work is displayed on the wall outside of our classroom. For literacy, we are working on the core words: go, stop and want.  Meanwhile, we are having a recycling lesson once a week, which gives the students vivid and practical experience on recycling. Students are excited to have food studies too. We have made smoothies, puddings, banana muffins, pancakes, toast and cookies.  All in all, each student is making progress in independence and confidence during different activities

Room 134 - Sandy

Dec. 2018

In the past few months, all of our staff have made a lot of effort to make the students feel happy and interested in learning at school. Our students have enjoyed starting the day with circle time and a variety of stories.  

In Science, the students have experienced making different sensory bottles, and have tried many experiments using baking soda and vinegar. Our art work is reflecting our literacy studies. We have been learning about different animals. So far, we have made owls, beavers and bats. Students are continuing to research the habitats of animals which we studied. We also made a big tree and pumpkins. All of our art work is displayed on the wall outside of our classroom. For literacy, we are working on the core words: go, stop and want.  Meanwhile, we are having a recycling lesson once a week, which gives the students vivid and practical experience on recycling. Students are excited to have food studies too. We have made smoothies, puddings, banana muffins, pancakes, toast and cookies.  All in all, each student is making progress in independence and confidence during different activities

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