This week in our reading groups, we had to work together to present our story “Smart Alec”.
Four amazing girls worked so hard- Lila, Ivy, Siobhan and Madi.
The audience could not stop laughing.
We tried to make it look like it was the same, like in the book. “I bet you don’t know what happens if you eat too much toast?” said Smart Alec. Madi and Siobhan
We had to change our voices to sound like Smart Alec. The audience couldn’t stop laughing because it was so funny. Lila
We had to work together. I loved what we did!!!! Ivy
Lot’s of people laughed! I liked it. It was great! Atticus
It was fun. I liked the show! Roshan
We had to read the book and do funny things. Harvey
After reading the “Low-down on Lyrebirds” text, some children had to research a life cycle of their choosing and present their report to the grade.
“Valuing Our Volunteers”
and researched the work volunteer groups in Australia might do, such as at the Collingwood Children’s Farm. It was a fabulous learning experience, especially presenting to other https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/
students! Well done everyone!