This week we have been really busy in akomanga 16 setting up our books, learning about how to correctly use devices and how to access goggle classroom.
|Connor and his new friend |
|Remy finishing his koru|
We have had a few visitors in our room helping us improve how we learn about math's, which our students did really well. During math lessons we are also focusing on mahi tahi and what we wonder about the math's problem.
|Tui and Connor doing maths|
|Remy and Frankie thinking about maths|
The students are busy creating an art piece of Ranginui and Papatuanuku after watching and discussing the creation story. Which will help us inquire into whakapapa and the resilience of Tane.
|Buster working on the outline for Papatuanuku|
Pūtaiao was an exciting lesson for students, which took us two blocks in the morning. We observed the different reactions of water, baking powder and baking soda and then both powders with vinegar. The students used PH paper to investigate the ph scale of each solution.
|Tui cheking the PH of her solution|
|Whaea Tini helping the tamariki decide on the PH level of our solutions|
Our Te Reo Māori vocabulary is improving and student learnt rock, paper, scissors in Te Reo. Also we started Kapa Haka this week, with a large number of students turning up. The students of akomanga 16 all joined Kapa Haka and this will also helped with improving their pronounciation , Te Reo vocabulary and coordination.
|Frankie searching for Te Reo words about Pēpi|