Students were set a challenge to build a tower with cards. Luca improvised and used books, he found that much easier than cards. Elijah had a good try but it was an epic fail (as was stated on our Class Dojo), and then he had a little bit of help with great success (but cheated just a little (also stated on Class Dojo). Over all they stuck to there task so congratulations boys.
Art activity from Mr. Pettigrew!
Today we are going to learn how to draw a snail.
You will need some paper and pencils for today’s activity.
Step 1: Draw a circle with a pencil.
Step 2: Draw the body of your snail 3
Step 3: Draw antenna eyes and a smile.
Step 4: Place a dot in the centre of your circle then slowly draw a spiral line going around and around.
Step 5: Colour in with lots of colour and patterns. Remember not all snails look the same and yours could be any colour or pattern you wish.
Students enjoying their Remote Learning during Literacy, Numeracy and their spare time.
Tayla looks very happy to have completed her Maths task.
Jarvis working on his numbers with UNO cards.
Daniel doing a Science Experiment - A Mobius Strip.
The Möbius strip or Möbius band is a looped surface with only one side and only one edge. It can be made using a strip of paper by gluing the two ends together with a half-twist. The twisting is possible in two directions; so there are two different (mirror-image) Möbius strips. The Mobius strip is known for its unusual properties
Blayne working on his maths.
Maria decided she would complete several fantastic Jig Saw puzzles.
Alfie using the wire on a fence to skip count.
Due to COVID-19, Anzac Day 2020 was unlike any other. For the first time in a century the streets were empty;
Instead Australians were asked to unite and recognise past and current armed services personnel by standing in their driveways or living rooms at 6:00am for a dawn service with a difference. The students and families did an amazing job decorating the footpath, lighting candles and making poppy wreaths.
Students decorated their windows, footpaths and made Anzac posters to commemorate Anzac day.
Nate and his family decorated their front window. What an amazing display.
Abbey drew with coloured chalk on the footpath out the front of her house.
Madeline, Chelsea and Tyler displayed their fantastic colourful Anzac posters.
The Goal was to make a paper chain out of ONE A4 sheet of paper.
Cut the paper into strips and joined the ends together with glue to make a circle, then repeat to connect each circle to make a paper chain.
Students asked their parents to measure it. The longest chain will receive a price when we return to school.
The Winner was Jarvis with 210cm. Congratulations.
Students were asked to look around their home to find 5 of of Natures Wonders.
- Unusual shaped rocks.
- Cocoon on a twig.
- Insect eggs on a leaf.
Fun Friday task was to make your family breakfast. Daniel prepared his family a delicious breakfast.
We are the children at Merrigum Primary School. In our school there are 2 classes.