On September 8th, Kindergarten students conducted their stage Liturgy. Kindergarten students read beautifully through their prayers, the focus scripture stories and displayed their pictures of reflection. The students worked so hard to be reverent and respectful during their liturgy and sang beautifully to the song they had worked so hard to practice.
In literacy, we have been learning about different types of informative texts. One text type in particular that we have been focusing on is what a procedure is through participating in ‘hands on’ and interactive lessons.
Kindergarten have become ‘chefs’ this week by learning how to make ‘Vanilla Pudding’ and ‘Popcorn’. They were all excited and enthusiastic to create party food whilst learning that procedures require things we need or ingredients as well as informing the reader/audience how to do/make something in sequential steps.
Whilst making these foods, students were actively engaged by listing all items needed as well as sharing interesting adjectives to describe how the food looks, smells and feels.
After all their hard work making their party food, needless to say Kindergarten enjoyed tasting their end products! Well done on your efforts Kindy!
This week in mathematics we have been looking at 2D shapes and 3D objects. Students have been creating their own 3D objects using popsticks. All of the Kindy students have learnt that some of the objects are easier to make than others but have been showing incredible persistence as they complete the task.