This week was our second week of a new unit. We made signs on the computer but first we made a poster. We guessed the other classes and wrote down what we thought about the sign. - Marin
We did Chinese paper cutting. - Kaya
The symbols were about happiness, double happy. They use it in a wedding. - Joe
The other symbol that we did with paper cutting was spring. So it was happy and spring, so happy spring! - Tudor
We did patterns in math. We drew a pattern and we wrote where we see the patterns. - Kento
Today and yesterday we were looking at some pictures. We were writing stuff on paper about the pictures. We thought about connections, reflections and function (the purpose). - Carmella
In math, after we made patterns, we were writing down ideas. - Advay
In Daily 5, we looked at some pictures. Ms. Luttrell gave us a picture. We wrote down what we thought the picture was trying to say. Then we were trying to make the story with all the pictures. Finally we read the story, but some of the things were a little different. We noticed that we can make our own story. - Marin
On Friday, 18 March 2016, there is going to be a pajama day. If you want to wear pajamas, you must bring something for the FoodBank or bring $3 or more.- Alik
Today in Mandarin, we did some paper cutting, and we made a carrot and a spring onion. Some people thought that it was really hard to cut and some kept on falling apart. - Carmella
Today Ms. Luttrell put Jurassic World music Hero on so that I could dance. - Advay
At assembly today, Valencia got the award and they announced pajama day. A person from the food bank talked to us about what we should do for the food bank. - Odemar
A few notes:
As a reminder, the Family Fun Fair will be Sunday, 13 March. Thank you to those families who have volunteered to help. The sign up sheet is here in case you'd like to sign up. Please make sure the delicious goodies, plates and napkins are brought to the stall at the beginning of the fair, so that they may be sold throughout the afternoon.
Pajama Day will be Friday, 18 March. If students would like to come dressed in pajamas, they must bring either $3 or some food to donate to the FoodBank in Singapore. For more information about how your family can help out, please visit their website.
Have a great weekend,
We are 7 and 8 year old students who live in Singapore. Our teacher, Ms. Luttrell, will be helping us write blog posts throughout the year!
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