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Thursday, July 6, 2017

End of Term fun!

Room 24 was playing some old style games including Scrabble, Jenga, Twister.  As well as building using Zoob and playing Ti Rakau.

We were learning about working together, co-operation, using fine motor skills and our thinking!!! There was also a lot of fun involved.









Siona Fernandes - New Zealand Olympic Ambassador

Siona came to visit us and share with us her journey from Goa, India to New Zealand Olympiad.  We learnt about the history of the Olympics as well as some of the attributes required to succeed.  It definitely was inspiring.  Check out this website to find out more about Siona.






Garden to Table

We had our last Garden to Table session and everyone has thoroughly enjoyed the term of working in both the kitchen and garden.  And of course eating all the delicious food!!!









Class trip to MOTAT

What a fantastic trip!  We all got to experience some amazing things including 3D printers, learning about and building bridges, having fun at the Sunlight exhibition and seeing how long it would take to run to the moon.  We also found out about innovation and looked at the combination of a trampoline and video game.







Friday, June 9, 2017

Swimming at Mt Albert Wave Pools


Swimming Week 4 - Week 6


Room 24 had a great time swimming at Mt Albert Pools.  We had swimming lessons and learnt about Water Safety.






Thursday, May 18, 2017

Life Education with Michelle and Harold the Giraffe

Room 24 went to their life education session on Tuesday.  We learnt and talked about empathy and what being a friend means.  We also had fun playing some games.







Buddy Class Term 2

We've had good fun with our buddy class in Term 2.  We have been finding out about their holiday, reading with them, learning about forces and teaching them how to play Room 24's favourite outside game Great Wall of China.

Here are some photos from the holiday activity.  We had to find out what the class had been doing and make a bar graph to show the different activities and how many people had done each activity.