We began the day writing our spelling test.
We then had French.
When we returned, we continued reading our migration stories.
Mr. Lee reading a story:
Mr. Merchant reading a story:
Ms. Sciberras reading a story:
Ms. Bennett reading a story:
Mr. Jafri reading a story:
After first recess and lunch we continued reading our migration stories.
After we discussed the learner profile of the month, Thinker. We also read a book about Charlie and Lola and how they were both thinkers. Charlie knew that Lola was a very picky eater so he decided to tell her that all the foods that she was eating were special and not really food: such as:
Carrots: They were orange twiglets from Jupiter.
Peas: They were greendrops from Greenland.
Potatoes: They were cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji.
Fish fingers: They were ocean nibbles from under the sea. Charlie also tells Lola that mermaids always eat ocean nibbles. Lola now eats what mermaids always eat!
Charlie used his problem solving skills to encourage Lola to try different kinds of food and it worked!!!
We then talked about situations where we also used our problem solving skills and then we completed an activity related to being a Thinker and also the attitude for the month: confidence.
After second recess and lunch we worked on our organization skills.
At the end of the day we had some free time since we have been working so hard!!!
Have a wonderful weekend!
1. Read for 20 minutes
3. Cultural Flag information sheet due Monday December 4