On Tuesday the 26th the Year 4s from Mr Baldock’s and Mrs Molloy’s class went to the Life Ed Van. Andrea the lady in charge showed us a video about fruit and vegetables. Andrea also showed us a video of respect and how we should treat people.
Then we went into groups and did two puzzles. The first puzzle was about medicine and we had to split the medicines into groups. The not medicines in one group and the medicines in the other group.
Then we had to get a puppet from the wall and go back into our groups and make a two minute play about respect. Then we showed our plays to the class. Then we had to say goodbye to our puppets and put them on the wall.
Then Andrea woke up Harold the giraffe. Then Harold chose two people one person to hand out stickers and the other person to be the line leader. We were all in one line and we could give Harold an ear five or a giant hug. Most people chose to give Harold a hug and when they did Harold would tickle their ear. Below are some photos of our experiences.
On Wednesday the 14th of March 2012 some people tried out for the Athletic Trials. There was a girls team and a boys team. The people who raced in our class were Mikayla, Chelsea, Kristy, Steven, Matthew and Kyle. There was 100m, 200m and 800m. Before the girls raced they did warmups such as star jumps, lunging and racing. The person who came first in the boys team for the 100m was Steven. 200m was Lachlan and 800m was Kevin. The people who came first for the 100m in the girls team was Tany. 200m was Tany again. 800m was Kristy. It was really fun!
On Monday our class had a football clinic. There were some men from the West Adelaide Football Club that were teaching us football. Some of the football skills we practiced were passing, kicking goals, football warm ups and marking. We did it up on the middle oval.
By Isabella B
On monday our class went to a football clinic on the top oval. The football clinic was put on by the West Adelaide Football Club. They were teaching us how to play football. They taught us how to kick and hand pass. They taught us how to mark and kick a goal and run really fast. The West Adelaide Football Club gave our class a football poster to hang up in our classroom.