Saturday, 24 June 2017

Other Cultures

This week we have been learning about other cultures.We were very lucky to have two members of a Chinese cultural dance group come to Sunnyhills School on Friday and teach us a cultural dance using red cloths attached to chopsticks.

Sunday, 11 June 2017

Arts Week

We had a fun filled Arts Week.
Our theme for the week was Pirates and Mermaids.
We read books, had poetry, wrote stories, dressed up, sang songs, danced, created and made lots of things that pirates and mermaids need.
We made pirate hats, hooks, binoculars, maps, flags and treasure boxes.
We made mermaid necklaces, crowns, maps, flags and binoculars.
We completed the week with a Pirate/Mermaid treasure hunt. We had clues to follow around the school and we found x marks the spot and then dug for our treasure.

Oh Arrhhh me hearties what fun we had.

 Just look at all that treasure.

Saturday, 10 June 2017


Come and see our beautiful Autumn Tree.
We wrote Autumn stories and made hedgehogs using Autumn leaves that will hibernate under our tree over Winter.

Our Spring bulbs have been staked up as they continue to grow up, up, up. They must like the spot on the window sill where it is warm and sheltered.
I wonder when the flower will come? In Spring? What do you think?

Thursday, 1 June 2017

The Buddist Temple

Last week Room 10 went with the other Junior classes to visit the Buddhist temple. The people there taught us about the 3G's and 4G's.
It was a beautiful place to visit. 

Team 10 loved making lotus flowers, washing the buddha and most of all the bus ride there! We are such lucky children at Sunnyhills School.

A huge thank you to all the helpers who came and helped us out on the day!  We couldn't have done it without you!

Sunday, 14 May 2017

Happy Mothers Day

To all you wonderful Room 10 Mothers, have an amazing day today.
We hope you loved our cards and flowers.
Thanks for always being there for us.
Love Room 10 xxoo

Sunday, 7 May 2017

Anzac Day

Room 10's poem last week was called 'Poppy, Poppy' so as a class we talked about what we already knew about Anzac Day .
We learnt that poppies were the first to grow in the mud and soil of Flanders where many solider's died. 

We learnt that A.N.Z.A.C stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.

We made Anzac biscuits at school and they were delicious.

We also traced around our hand and added some colour to make a Room 10 poppy to remember all the soldiers that died in the wars.

Friday, 28 April 2017

Spring Bulbs

Welcome back to Term 2 Room 10.
I hope you all had a fabulous holiday.
What did you do? Where did you go?
Its very exciting as Mrs Newman came back from holiday to find lots of very happy freesia bulbs growing in our classroom.
See you all on Monday!