Kia Ora Families! In this week leading up to Easter I thought I would post Easter-themed activities you may be interested in giving a go at home this week. Enjoy!
An Easter Story Wreath
Painters Tape Cross
Nature Resurrection Scene
Roll away the Stone
Easter Story Sequencing and Matching
Veggietales Easter Story
Today for art we read a story called animal colours, which is a silly story about mixing two different colours together to make a made up animals. So today we decided we would give it a go making up our own creative animals with new names!
Rainbows have been al over the show this week...
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Come in to check out our 'dotty' art.
We read a story called "When the wind changed" by Ruth Park. The boy, Josh, was REALLY good at pulling faces.
We decided to pull some funny and scary faces too - I took photos then traced the outline of our faces onto dotty paper. The children then coloured inside the dots, trying their very best to use the right colours. For their backgrounds and t-shirts they got a bit more creative using different colours and patterns.
We have started off art for the year using crayons and dye. After tracing around the children they added in detail, their face, hair, clothing etc with crayon then finished off with dye. As new children enter the classroom throughout the year, this will be their first art piece! Watch our walls as the class grows!
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Aroha, Mōhio, Manaaki, Pānga
Love, Know, Serve, Impact
SS Movement Songs:
At Home Learning
End Of Term Assembly
NZ Sign Language Week
Rest Home Singing
Te Reo Māori
World Nursery Rhyme Week