We are a Year 1 class at Nelson Central School, Nelson, New Zealand. Most of us are 5 years old,
except for our teachers, Tracy and Sam and Mark our trainee teacher aide, who are a little older. This blog lets you know what we
have been up to and what our next learning steps will be. We love to find out what people
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Sunday, 30 August 2015

Term 3 Week 6

Above is the whakatauki we have been learning and sharing for August. The kupu o te wiki for last week was pene hinu meaning crayon. Next week's kupu is pene whitau meaning felt tip.

This week we have been busy starting to learn about telling the time to the hour and half hour.

We also came up with a new way to practice our spelling.
 Don't forget to pop into class and take a look at our calendar art up in the entrance area.

To see some more of the wacky things we got up to this week , sit back and enjoy this week's Photopeach slide show.
Wacky Times in Room 10 on PhotoPeach
What are we learning in Term 3 Week 7
Sounds: medial 'i' e.g tin, hit, pig
Tricky Words: my/they
Grammar: Proper nouns
Writing: weekend recount, reports
Maths: basic facts to 5 and 10,  measuring time
P.E. No Child Left Inside/ skipping
Maori word for the week: pene whitau meaning felt pen
Topic: Buried Treasure
Art:  Quilling 
ICT: Tuxpaint dogs
Tracy is teaching Monday,Tuesday and Friday
Sam is teaching Wednesday and Thursday 
Dinosaur museum visit Tues 8th September, leaving school at 10.40, helpers needed
Term Dates
Term 3 finishes Friday 25th September
Term 4 starts Monday 12th October
Term 4 finishes Wednesday 16 December

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