Our class loves to share their learning with our online community.
We are trying get our families more involved in our class blog. It means our work is really connecting with the families involved in our class. We are trying really hard to encourage our families and friends to support our work on the class blog!
As a part of our Family Blogging Month we encourage all of our family and friends to make comments on our blog. Whenever a family member or friend makes a comment we record it on our class chart.
The code for our chart is:
M = Mum
D = Dad
S = Sister
B = Brother
U = Uncle
A = Aunty
GM = Grandma
GP = Grandpa
F = Family Friend
0 = Other
Each student is about to write a letter to a family member or members to ask them to support with our challenge and leave us a comment on our blog. These letters will go home on Tuesday of Week 2.
We also need to remember to make quality comments when we ask people to post comments on our blog. We have shared lots of ideas and information about how to write a good quality comment on a blog.
Here is a photo of our class poster.
We hope this will be a big success and can’t wait to hear from our families and friends.
Tell us – what do you think of our Family Blogging Month Challenge?
Term 2 is about to start!!
I hope that everyone has had a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. We’ve got a busy term ahead with lots of different activities planned.
We have a few students overseas at the moment and I hope they are having a wonderful time away visiting family and friends.
Chopper, our US Travel Buddy, is with Libby in England at the moment – I bet he’s having a great time.
We have 2 Pupil Free Days to start the term and ANZAC Day is on Wednesday the 25th April.
So I’ll see all of our students on Thursday the 26th April – I’m really looking forward to our holiday catch ups!
Some upcoming events for the term are:
Sports Day on Friday of Week 2.
NAPLAN – Literacy and Numeracy assessments.
Year 3 swimming lessons at Noarlunga swimming centre
On Tuesday our class hosted the Year 2 – Year 5 assembly.
To prepare for our assembly we needed to go to different classes to see who had work to share. Then we typed up our assembly agenda and worked out which students would present items or introduce classes or speakers.
As the time got nearer to starting the assembly we had people who were excited and very nervous. It’s a big challenge for Year 2/3 students to host an assembly.
This week’s assembly had a combination of items – percussion items, whole class poems, body facts, story maps, certificate presentations and a whole lot more!
Congratulations to our whole class – they presented and introduced each item very confidently and made sure the audience were engaged the whole time! Well done team!
At the end of these assembly photos you’ll see our 4 certificate awards recipients. Congratulations to Ned, Chloe, Lachlan and Charlotte! Great work guys!!
Hosting Assembly on PhotoPeach
Did you attend our assembly? If you did, what did you think?