The garden is having a make-over and we have started re-planting vegetables and a range of herbs. Eve and Alexia have requested flowers to make the garden look more colourful. We will continue our gardening each morning to make sure each child has a turn. Thank you to all the parents who volunteered their time at the working bee, fixing the garden and other kinder duties.
Charlie brought in a jar of tadpoles ‘tadpoles are baby frogs’ explained Sienna. When we looked at some pictures we noticed the tadpoles looked nothing like fully grown frogs because they were small with gills and wiggle tails. In the book we could see how they change over time. We have learnt some new words this week; gills, hind legs, lungs, spawn tadpoles and webbed feet.
We have spoken about different ways we can communicate with each other after reading Amy and Louis. This story is about two children who are very good friends at kinder until one of them moves to the other side of the world ‘like Marie’ said Asher and Roan. We have discovered we can still keep in contact via e-mail, letters, phone or even Skype! The world is certainly smaller with modern day technology....
Please make sure the readers come back to be changed on Monday - as it is disruptive for us to change throughout the week and to keep track of them.
Amy, Tracey, Helen and Fiona