Buthmi has shared with us photos from her family's Vesak Day Celebration on 7 May. Vesak Day is to celebrate the birth of Buddha who is important to those of the Buddhist faith (just like people of the Christian faith celebrating the birth of Jesus at Christmas). They made lanterns to light that night and had a feast of vegetarian food. Thank you for sharing this important day with us Buthmi!
It's great to see our AS ACEs sharing their Aroha with the wider community!
Briar, our Fantail/Piwakawaka expert has finished her poster to share information with us and the world for the Dubai 2020 Expo - awesome work Briar!
Emily shared this great art/craft idea using things you could find when you are out for a walk or bike ride.
Skyla has used her cat to create a great listing poem.
Here's a different recipe to try - Maddie made toffee apples and has shared her recipe with us.
So proud of everyone's efforts for ANZAC Day! Thanks for sending your photos through. If you have something to share, send it to me and I'll add it to the iMovie.
ANZAC biscuits are a popular choice this week! Cassie and her brother Aiden worked together to make these yummy looking biscuits. Cassie is helping this will help her get her ANZAC Guides badge.
Zeke has been reading about different historical events and a person that he really enjoyed reading about was Spartacus. He has written this information text to share with us some of the things he has learnt about Spartacus. Great work Zeke!
Cassie has done two of our Finish the Drawing activities in Google Draw - great use of the different tools Cassie!
Mahtaab has been busy with his LEGO and has made this video to show you how to make a shooter for a jet or an army vehicle.
Cassie has been busy getting her poetry anthology underway with these three poems.
Emily has been using a different Google App called Jamboard. She used it to present her photos of making ANZAC biscuits and her Back to Nature spelling activity. Thanks for teaching me about another app Em!
Back to nature was a new spelling activity yesterday - Kairo has done a great job of showing us how to do it!
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Maddie has shared her Number of the Day. She has used Google Draw tools to help her show her understanding.
Alec recommends David Walliams' site - there are some cool activities on there and things for you to make from his books, like this paper Spitfire plane from Grandpa's Great Escape!
Check out Zoe's progress in the 30 Day LEGO Challenge! Click on the link to see the great work Zoe has done!
Kairo created this awesome obstacle course in his backyard. Great work Kairo! Has anyone else created a physical challenge for people in their bubble to complete?
Kairo has also designed and made a bed for his teddies out of paper. It even has a pillow for them when they go to bed.
Kairo's been busy! This time in the kitchen making dumplings. He worked with the people in his bubble to make the dumpling dough and filling, cut and fill the dumplings and cook them for tea! He has written instructions to share with us how to to do it too! Great work Kairo!
Mahtaab shared this acrostic poem about Science - well done Mahtaab!