On this brilliant autumn day, the sun was glowing, the clouds reflected of the radiant rapidly running river and a thought suddenly struck my mind ” What a lovely day for a picnic” I shouted with glee. With no time to lose my rug was spread beneath the gigantic green gum tree with its sweeping […]
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Rather than work through sheets of multiplication calculations, the children in 4BC took turns to be teachers and students. In the clearest way possible, children were challenged to teach each other how to multiply two digit numbers using the column method. The students then had to rate their teachers and justify their score. It was […]
Using Colin Thompson’s text ‘How to Live Forever’ as inspiration, children have been learning how to draw using perspective. Do you like our work? We would love to read your comments!
Today, we celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as our favourite book characters. We had a parade and then our book themed assembly. Look at our pictures and videos from the day! Book Week Dressing Up Parade on PhotoPeach Book Week Assembly on PhotoPeach Video 01-03-2013 09 07 37 from Year 4 on […]
Earlier this week 4BC learned how to use a protractor to measure angles. At the start of the lesson, children had to use their bodies to make angles that were bigger or smaller than a right angle. It was great fun with lots of super learning!
In Literacy this week the children in 4BC have been writing newspaper reports about natural disasters. Children had to imagine they were at the scene of a natural disaster and use facial expression and body language to show their emotions. Which group of children look the most petrified? worried? scared? We would love to see […]