What is a community?
“A community of a group of people who live together and work as a team.” Mishaal and Janna
“Community is a place where people are kind to each other.” Daksh
“Our school is a group of people working as a team.”
“Caring together and working together.” Navreet
“When someone falls over we must help them”. Agam
“A community can be big and small”. Yusuf
“Students explore the meaning of a community. They reflect on how their class is a community with a shared purpose in promoting the learning and achievement of all its members”. Mrs Fernandes-Ieu
Our assembly performance today.
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We perform in groups and use out voice to pretend to be different characters from the texts. Prabhnoor
The best part is sharing to our class and we laugh a lot. Eliseah
Students develop fluency and further enhance comprehension of what they are reading.
We created homemade lava lamps and talked a little about density. We stacked different liquids of different densities on top of one another in a bottle with different colours.
We filled our bottle with water and oil. Then we placed a few drops
of food colouring in it (to see the “lava” better) and some glitter for fun. We discussed the density of oil hanging out on top of the water before we put in the Alka Seltzer. It was amazing watching the large bubbles rising and sinking.
In CBL we are investigating our natural environments and looking at ways to create a healthy habitat to maintain the frog population in our pond.
In Mathematics we are learning about informal and formal measurement and we took to the basketball court to informally measure its length.
Our sports reporter Mason provides us with predictions and analysis on the big issues in sport especially football each week. Mason informs with authority and humour every Monday and Friday at 3 pm in Room 33. Please feel free to visit our classroom.
Making pancakes was so much fun. We made them from scratch with everyone in the grade bringing in ingredients and
cooking utensils. The measuring and mixing part was slightly tricky and produced some unusual looking batter but Savneet suggested adding more self-raising flour (because he was on recipe research duty) and this fixed the problem.
We played games and worked on puzzles while we waited for the pancakes to cook.
Everyone wanted to eat their pancakes with Nutella and chocolate chips.
It was a fun experience.
Welcome to 2B’s blog. We have been discovering about identity. We have done lots of work so far. We have drawn self-portraits and labelled our self-portrait with our inner traits. We have been discovering that what we look like on the outside matters but in 2B we have also learnt that what counts is also how we are on the inside.
By Joel and Shyla 2B