Pointillism

We read “The Dot” by Peter Reynolds, Vashti drew lots of different types of dots.  Then we learnt about Georges Seurat who also liked to paint with dots.  It took him two years to paint his most famous painting “A Sunday on La Grand Jatte”.  He has the same birthday as a boy in our…

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Recount Writing

  We learnt about Recount writing.  We rescued minions and put them into jelly rings with paper clips. Then we explained what we did by using time words and putting them in the right order.

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Making Predictions

We made predictions about what was going to happen next in “The Tear Thief” by Carol Ann Duffy.  We practiced making a “P” sign for when we make predictions.  We also talked about the title, author, illustrator and the blurb of the book.  

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Ms McKay

We really enjoyed when Ms McKay was teaching us. We learnt about weighing and measuring capacity.  We pretended to made up our own potions using litres and militres. We learnt about an Australian artist called Johnny Bulumbulum who painted with leaves.  We then made our own version of his paintings by scratching an animal onto…

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Papier Mâché Aliens

Second Class have been making Aliens in Art. We planned and designed how we were going to make our aliens. Then we made our Aliens using recycled boxes and tinfoil. We put three paper mâché layers on ourAliens and then we painted them.

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Scratch

SCRATCH encourages students to discover and learn about computing and software and development.  It is a visual programming language that makes it easy to create interactive stories, animations, games, music and art and share these creations on the web.  SCRATCH helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaborative.   The children…

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