Here is a video of our amazing Adventure week! We had so much fun and we did so many different events.
Have a look at what we got up to!
A BIG thank-you to everyone who help make this week possible- we had a great time together!
It has been a great process and the final products look amazing! We used pastel and blend colours together, then scrunched up our pictures to cover it in die and then wiped it off so that it would be left with an antique look. It was a great process and everyone worked extremely hard- check out some of the finished products...
We created a remembrance wall to share with others some of the memories we have with people who have gone before us. So many people have influenced us in so many ways. We miss those who have passed on but know they are with Jesus in Heaven and one day we will get to see them again.
Wrapping up our 'Around the World' unit we had a big activity day where we trailed some food from around the world, made newspaper shelters, carried buckets of water on our head and made bread out of oil, flour and water. We had a lot of fun... Take a look at some photos snapped from the day
We all completed 2 projects. One on a country 'Around the World' where we looked at gender equality, water, food, education and shelter. The second was done on our 'Novel Studies' where we looked at characters, plot, author, setting and our own opinion of the story. We then gave 3-4min speeches on one of the projects to the class and presented these to the year 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8 students. Take a look at some of the amazing master pieces!
Our finished paintings have been laminated and are on the wall. We explored different scriptures which tells us who God says we are- we are loved, chosen, special and all have a unique future ahead of us. We have explored many painting techniques including under painting, over painting, dry brushing, sponge work, warm and cool colours, mixing/blending colours and more
For Morgan's olympic homework, he created a T-Shirt banner. Campbell modelled it for us on Friday- Well done Morgan on an excellent project, New Zealanders would love to wear this to support our country!