A big thank you to the talented Indi and her mum, Emily for volunteering to decorate our Random Acts of Kindness Letter Box. We were all very impressed with how it turned out.
The idea of this letter box is to promote and encourage kindness in our classroom. If a student witnesses another child carrying out a random act of kindness they can write it on a piece of paper and post it in the letter box. Some examples of kindness might include, doing jobs without being asked, helping someone in need, complimenting or building someone up just to name a few. The acts of kindness will be read aloud each Tuesday and then displayed around the classroom.
Trivia Olivia Hoops and Hiccups
Written by Lisa Thompson
Illustrated by Nahum Ziersch
The thing that was interesting about the book was that the girl could not hula hoop and she tried to get the boys hiccups away. The boy had hiccups and Olivia was trying to help him get them away She tried water and scaring him but it did not work. The boy told her how to hula hoop so she could do it for how ever long she wanted. My favourite part of the story was when the boys hiccups went away and the girl learnt how to hula hoop. That was my favourite moment, because they were both happy. I rate it a 8 out of 10.
Please find below a how to video to assist you with signing up for an Edmodo parent account and linking to your child’s account.
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Together as a class we came up with a Class Mission Statement. The Class Mission Statement stays on our prayer table and reminds us of how we want our classroom to be.