I think this is going to be really special this year. I have always wanted to find a way to make birthdays more meaningful in class, more unique and special than just having some cupcakes, leaving a mess on the floor and then going home!
What do you think of The Birthday Project?
How has Arts Week been so far? What have you enjoyed? What new skills have you learned? How have you been inspired? What would you like to do more? Who did you enjoy working with?
These photos show parents and students of 6SS looking at the students’ cards on the Gradual Release of Responsibility and discussing whether or not they are in the right place on the continuum. They also show parents and students collaborating to write a comment on the blog posting below, giving details of their conversations and telling us what their goals are for the immediate future.
Here’s a nice photo of the parents enjoying the relaxing part of the morning, organized by these students:
Aayush, Paula, Paul, Anirudh, Odette, Ken, Gabi, May, Pimboon, Am and Samantha. Well done to them!!!
I’m interested in your opinion… is this art? Why? Why not? Explain your thinking and get the conversation going.
Mr.Will didn’t make any more thinking hat activities for us to do so I thought I should make one.
Here it is:
(This isn’t easy)
Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Pattern 3 Pattern 4
212 2112112 2111211121112 211112111121111211112
How many number 1 and number 2 will pattern 30 have?
What will pattern 30 look like?
For the hydroponics I’m going to plant the small seedlings on thursday. I need your help to do this. I will appreciate if anyone comes and help. It will only take a few minutes and we won’t get wet. This crop will be Thai vegetables so it will grow quickier than salad so we can harvest on the last week of school.