For UOI we have been talking about our likes and dislikes. We have shared these with our friends and found connections to different foods we like, favourite games and even favourite things to play with in the classroom.
Ask your child what their favourite thing to play with in the classroom is? Who else likes to play with these toys?
Adding more detail to our illustrations has been our focus in writing this week. We have been thinking carefully about the colours that we use and making our illustrations more realistic by adding background details to show if your story is set inside or outside.
We hope you enjoyed seeing your child’s book on Seesaw. They have worked hard on them and love to share!
This week in maths we have continued to work on number recognition, counting and understanding patterns. We flexed our brain muscles and practised our growth mindset with our friends Dojo and Mojo. Check out the video below to see Dojo and Mojo talk about how you can learn from your mistakes.
On Thursday we celebrated the Moon festival with loads of fun Vietnamese traditions. We wore our Áo dài and shared a delicious Vietnamese breakfast with our K2 community. We watched assembly together in the ECC Gym and painted plaster animals.
Ask your child about the animal they painted and why.
Pokemon Cards at school
Pokemon cards are very popular in K2 at the moment. There have been children trading and swapping cards, which causes some confusion around who the cards belong to. For this reason, we have decided that Pokemon cards may come to school but can not be traded. Pokemon cards can be used on the playground and only come into the classroom if the teachers says so. If your child does bring cards to school can you please talk to them about our trading rules. As always, if you choose to bring things from home, you do so at your own risk. We cannot take responsibility for them if they get lost.
- Next week is Week A
- Thursday 1st October ~ Parent Conferences
- Saturday 10th October ~ Start of October Break
- Please remember to return Poetry books back on a Monday
- If you haven’t already, please send in a set of headphones to leave at school for the year. Thanks!