Did you know that September 13th is Roald Dahl Day? At Belle Vue Primary school today we celebratedRead More »
This term for YCDI! we have been focusing on Getting Along. Today we watched a little film titled “The Crayon Box That Talked” which was all about how each of us is unique, special and important.Read More »
Today in 1/2 P we played an amazing game called Word Tennis.
We had to hit an imaginary ball while saying one word at a time to make fantastic sentences.Read More »
On Tuesday 9th August 2016 all of the grade 1/2 students went to South America… well, not really. But we did learn about Brazil as part of our unit Australia and The World.Read More »
Today in reading rotations some of the students read a section of a factual text and tried to write the key points and main ideas into dot points in their own words. The text they read was about a girl called Gabriella and her school life when she moved overseas. Check out some of their great work below.Read More »
Today we learned about catalogues. We looked at the prices to see how much the things cost. In the catalogues there was food and other items like washing machines. While we were looking in the catalogues we chose items that we would li ke to purchase. Then we cut them out and stuck them beside our shopping bag. After that we worked with a partner to calculate the total cost of our shopping.
Come in to the grade 1/2 classes to check out our magnificent money work.
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In 1/2 D this week we have been thinking hard about how to Get Along with each other. We are currently working on a puzzle that is full of different strategies to help remind us how to get along. Some of these strategies include:Read More »
In sport this week we have been practicing our basketball skills. This week we learnt how to do a chest pass and a bounce pass. We worked with partners to play the game ‘bump’. We had such a great time out in the sunshine on this beautiful winters day. Check out our pictures below.Read More »
During maths this week we have been working hard to create accurate number lines with a range of 1, 2 and 3 digit numbers, and sometimes we even used decimals! Below is a selection of photos that shows our great work. Come in to the classroom if you would like to see more.Read More »