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Today in cooking club, the students made chocolate balls! They collected, measured and mixed the ingredients. They used words such as hard, soft and rough when talking about different textures.Then they rolled the balls and coated them with coconut. Words to describe the balls included delicious, amazing, great, messy and fantastic.
Today was a wonderful sunny day for our gardening club!
We planted succulents into our beautiful handmade clay pots and visited the Blair St garden beds to water our cauliflower plants.
Thank you to the wonderful parent who donated the succulents, the children love them!
Below are some pictures of the students with their pots.
Book Week – reminder
On Monday, 20th August we will be celebrating Book Week. At assembly we will have our Book Week parade where students come dressed as their favourite character. Please start talking to your child about their outfit for Book Week. It is great if they can use clothes and props from home. We love the homemade variety!!
Following the assembly, students will be involved in cross-age art activities based on the short-listed books.
It promises to be a fun day for all!
Yesterday, the grade 1/2’s had Danny from Supreme Incursions come to visit to teach the them all about billy carts. The students worked in small groups to complete many engaging activities including designing and building a billy cart, creative workshop building, using tools safely and even billy cart driving!
On Monday, the grade 1/2 students will be running the school assembly and their will be a presentation about the incursion. We would love for you to come along!
There will be more pictures to come, but here is a sneak peak!
Last week, MPS students were lucky enough to watch the show ‘Messenger Dogs: Tales of World War One’ which a puppet and actor performance that is run by the Victorian Government as part of the ANZAC centenary and produced by Cultural Infusion. The show follows the journey of Nell, Tick & Bullet – three dogs responsible for carrying messages between headquarters and the front line. The production is intended to open a dialogue about the events of WWI to kids and shares a tale of courage, friendship and willpower. The students loved the performance and were able to give the dogs a pat at the end of the show!