I haven’t been writing in the past few days because my mum has injured her leg and cannot walk on it so other than that we have been to a place called Club Med in Opio near Nice. It’s a hotel with an all you can eat restaurant from morning to night. We did archery with my aunts, uncles and cousins. We were supposed to have done tightrope but it rained the rest of the day. On the last night there was a prize for whoever won one of the sports like archery and ping pong. I won the archery prize and mum got a trophy for setting up the trivia quiz. The trophy said “you won! (who cares)”. So since my mum has hurt her leg we are staying at my grandma’s in Avignon for a few days.
Watch the latest videos from Behind the News on the homepage.
Tell me in your own words two things you learned from watching!
Orangutans are facing a number of threats. Re-watch the BTN video:
Add to your research in your jotter about orangutans.
If you have time you can post a comment about what you have found out.
This term we are working on information reports in writer’s workshop. Your job during reader’s workshop is to go to National Geographic for Kids and do some research. You can read some of the amazing animal facts from this website. Then choose a topic and record some information about it. You can post some facts in the comment section below!
Our schoolyard has too much rubbish in it. It’s not rude to eat nude food. Nude food is very important for our environment. But what is nude food? Nude food mean bringing lunch boxes that you can use over and over again and bringing containers that are washable to avoid using plastic. Here are some examples of good lunch boxes and containers. So when you are packing your lunch next time try to use Nude food! Let’s help reduce our impact on the environment and the rubbish in the school ground.
Do you use nude food? What are some tips or questions you might have? Post a comment!
Last week we wrote pledges promising to do something for the environment.
My pledge was to always bring my own cup instead of getting a takeway cup when I get a coffee. It’s really important because otherwise this waste goes to landfill. And coffee cups don’t break down! I want to reduce my impact on the environment.
What was your pledge and why is it important for our planet?
Last Friday was Bowen’s last day at Barwon Heads Primary School as he’s going on a fantastic trip with his family! We’re all going to miss him but we can keep in contact with him through this post. We’re all looking forward to hearing about your adventures Bowen!!
The Grade 3’s are learning all about poetry. Press on the website below and look through all the different poems. What was your favourite? What did you like about it? What was the topic/theme of the poem? Write a comment below.
This week is National Reconciliation Week, the theme this year is Let’s take the next steps
Reconciliation week is about respectful relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples. Watch the BTN stories and write a comment about what you learned and how you can show the charater strength of fairness and respect with others.
Fynn’s going on a fantastic holiday overseas! We’re hoping that he will tell us about all his adventures by adding comments in the comment section below.
Write a message to Fynn here wishing him a great trip. Also if you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?