Today the Year 1 and Year 2 students went to visit Healesville Sanctuary. We have been learning about the problems facing some Australian animals. We have been working out what we can do to help these animals.
We know a lot about the Tasmanian Devil, Corroboree Frog, Leadbeater’s Possum and the Helmeted Honeyeater.
What did you learn on the excursion boys and girls?
Oli – The scientists are trying to help get rid of the Facial Tumour Disease facing the Tasmanian devil.
Aleck – The Leadbeater’s Possum are critically endangered.
Ryder – The Corroboree Frog is losing its Alpine habitat.
Sarah – We were very busy walking and learning about lots of animals.
Charlie – My favourite animal was the Leadbeater’s Possum.
Students in 1 / 2 D have been learning about how to write a procedure. We decided many recipes follow this format.
We have started to collect some of our favourite recipes. We are hoping to make a class recipe book. Today we made Raspberry Rocky Road. Students were excited to prepare this sweet treat. Hopefully it tastes great.
What is your favourite recipe?
As part of our Social Emotional Learning for this term the students have been learning how to function within a group. They have taken on different roles such as: Leader, Observer, Reporter, Recorder and Go For. Each group has been given a challenge to solve together.
Boys and girls, what has been your favourite challenge?
Students have been working hard to consolidate their addition and subtraction skills. They are learning a range of strategies to solve number problems. The students have been working with money, identifying coins and calculating amounts. They will now be learning about telling the time and using a calendar.