This week we had a story about 'Owl in the House', so as a treat, I surprised the class with this lovely lesson. As soon as they came in from PSD, they saw on each desk, a plate with their ingredients ready. It was breaktime, so it was perfect time to make a healthy snack. Here's what we did. I'm sure many of you are making them again this weekend. Enjoy!
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Saturday, November 8, 2014
What a full week we had! Making the hats in preparation for learning about solid shapes, reading from Winnie the Witch books series, writing about witches, reading Rapunzel, writing 'WANTED' posters for the Evil Witch, learning new words, and closing the week with a healthy version of a Halloween party, making toast and popping corn! All in the name of fun!
I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
Much love, Miss Claudine.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Friday, October 10, 2014
Winnie the Witch is an award winning book series written by Valerie Thomas and illustrated by Korky Paul, published by Oxford University Press. The books are funny and the illustrations have loads and loads of hidden treats for keen eyes.
We are super lucky to have this set in our class.
We've already read three of them. They gave us a couple of hours of fun, giggles, happiness and rainbows. We're also learning how to do spells, changing cats from black to green, making the moon super-big and changing the colours inside the house.
Let me know in the comment box what you think of these stories.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Thursday, June 26, 2014
This week we revised capacity (that's litres and millilitres). So we made some jelly in class. Miss Claudine deals with the hot water while the children deal with the cold water and the measures.
Here is a picture of sweetie chef Ema, with assitant Sven. The only photo I managed to take.
I wanted to take more photos of the children enjoying their cold treat, but I couldn't as the class was super packed with children from other classes. I wanted to do some more activities, but the crowding and the high temperature made it impossible.
Well, tomorrow is the last day.
Children are allowed to wear all the loom bands they want, they're allowed to bring their elastics and they're allowed to make friendship bracelets for each other.
I hope that the last day will be a fun one!