Sunday, 9 April 2017

Week 10, Term 1

This week we wrapped up the immersion phase of our learning. We have explored 'Interaction' in a range of contexts and this week the children chose a project they will be involved in over the next three weeks. 
Ask your child which project group they chose:
Where do we come from?
Competitive or Cooperative?

We had some new PINs leaders 
this week. Thank you so much to our students and parents who ran workshops for us! This week we had an awesome range of activities including easter egg decorating, colour mixing science experiments, drawing, lego, ANZAC poppy making and more. We also had our Early Learning Centre friends join us again. They come for our first PINs workshop every second week. Next week a few LC1 children will go to the ELC to run some workshops.  

Some reflections from the LC1 students:

"I like these workshops I'm going to because they're fun. I learnt science and drawing." 
- Robbie

"I ran a PINs workshop for the first time. It was drawing. It was fun helping everybody with their drawing." 
- Quinn

"I ran a PINs workshop today. We made pirate ships out of lego. It was fun. Next time I will make cars." 
- Liam

"Everyone was drawing and concentrating. It was my first time running a PINs workshop. My Grandad came to take photos. I will do a teaching Chinese workshop next time."
- Tina

"My workshop was drawing butterflies. Everyone was listening. In my second workshop some people weren't listening and following my instructions. I liked running a workshop." 
- Joy 

"I ran a PINs workshop with my Mum. It was my first time running a workshop. We did mixing colours and it was science. My favourite part was dipping the soap in the colours and watching the swirls."
- Seth

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