Room 4 2010

Hello everyone, it is great to be back posting on our class blog. We have had a very busy Term 1. The weather has been stunning and we have been glad that our school has a lovely pool. We had our swimming sports in February. In Week 6 the Year 6's went to camp for 4 days. We went to Shakespear Lodge which is situated in Shakespear Regional Park on the Whangaparoa peninsula north of Auckland. I will get the students to post some comments and photos.
Mrs Mckenzie

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Week 5 Term 3

Congratulations to everyone on your fabulous presentations on the Olympic sports. Both Miss McCallister and Mrs Mckenzie were amazed at the Green Hat thinking and effort that had gone in to your work. It was extremely interesting to listen to and you have all tried extra hard to use a high level of thinking and creativity. WOW! Thank you.
The Art on Friday afternoon was great and I saw some excellent results produced in Room 4.
The Olympics has been stunning to watch and very motivational. Aren't we the lucky ones to have an interactive whiteboard in our room during these games. The multimedia articles and activities available this year have been a tremendous boost to our learning and teaching.
HOMELEARNING : We will keep it fairly easy this week as you put so much effort into last week's homelearning!
1. We do need to get back to the Dragon Maths book this week and our focus will be on
symmetry and transformations.
2. As this is the final week of the Olympics I would like you to choose two NZ Olympic athletes
from two different Olympic sports that you do not know much about and write a profile on
those athletes. Click on the link at the top of the Favourites Site then click on "Profiles" and in "select here" you need to choose the sports then choose the athletes.
Write your information up on an A4 piece of paper (no bigger than that). If you can find a photo of your athlete that would be great.

ENJOY YOUR WEEK EVERYONE. The gymnastics competition is on Wednesday so we have a couple of practices before then and also the choir will be practising hard this week getting ready for their big performance soon.

2 comments:

lucy said...

nz or the whole world?

BBPS said...

Just NZ Lucy.
Mrs Mac