We had a wonderful day spent exploring the idea of Peace.
RECIPE FOR READING
Up to 60 ………. LIS parents and their children
(Years 1 to 6 only)
6……….reading areas with expert readers
A dash……….of FUN – come dressed in your PJs, pillows and favorite stuffed animals welcome
Combine the above in the LIS Primary Library on Wednesday 4 October 2017 at 6:30pm. Enjoy great books and company for one hour.
Entry fee (to be donated to the children of Casa das Crianças): a pack of NEW colored pencils, markers or writing paper per family.
Spaces are limited! To attend Family Reading Night, please complete sign-up HERE.
QUESTIONS? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or pop into the Primary Library
RECEITA PARA LEITURA
Até 60……….Pais e alunos da LIS
(apenas dos Anos 1 a 6)
6……….áreas de leitura diferentes, com leitores experientes
Uma pitada de……….DIVERSÃO – vistam o pijama, tragam uma almofada e o vosso peluche favorito
Misturem todos os ingredientes na Biblioteca da Primária da LIS na Quarta-feira, 4 de Outubro de 2017, às 18:30. Deixem(-se) repousar durante uma hora, na companhia de bons livros.
Valor da entrada (a ser doado às crianças da Casa das Crianças): uma caixa nova de lápis de cor, marcadores ou papel de escrita por família.
Os lugares são limitados! Para participar na Noite de Leitura em Família, preencha por favor esta ficha de inscrição.
Dúvidas? Contacte-nos pelo email email@example.com, ou apareça na Biblioteca da Primária
Please find below the link to your invitation.
We look forward to sharing with you soon!
A big thank you to those of you that have been able to support this first week of home/school reading. Most readers have been able to take a book home, read with you or for you, and bring their books back to school everyday.
Just a reminder that books do not go home on a Friday.
We appreciate you taking the time to listen to our young readers and talk with them about their reading.
Thanks also to those of you that have been able to send headphones to school. As we start using apps like Tumble books in class, having your own headphones becomes very important.
”Learning Engagements: The Chinese table is a gymnastic / acrobatic figure formed by 4 people. Each person sits in a stool and leans their trunk over next person knees. After they form a square/table the leader takes the seats away and the table must keeps stable.
Groups practice the “Chinese Table” – by themselves Each students will represent the domains: Mental, physical, personal, spiritual and social.’’
This week we got to hang out with our buddies and get ready for peace day. We talked about the symbol of the dove and worked with our buddies to decorate doves to put on display during the peace day celebrations.
We have a subscription to a great resource to further support reading.
Thanks to all who have already proved headphones, this means your reader can also use this resource in class!
Below is the link, username and password. Happy reading!
On Friday, 22 September we will be celebrating Peace Day here at LIS. The morning will begin with an assembly and continue with a variety of Peace Day centered workshops throughout the day. The day will end with a Peace parade. Here’s where we need your help!
The parade will begin around 2 pm. The children will “walk for peace” around the campus on a predetermined route and then finish back in the school cafeteria area for a final assembly at approximately 2:20pm. We would like to see the parents there cheering the children on as they come inside. We will then listen as our guest speaker, U.N. Resident Coordinator Paolo Balladelli, has some final words for us, share a song or two, and reflect on our day of peace. Students are encouraged to wear something they feel represents peace and who they are. Hope to see you all there.
Queridos pais, Na sexta-feira, 22 de setembro, estaremos celebrando o Dia da Paz aqui no LIS. A manhã começará com uma reunião e continuará com uma variedade de workshops centrados no Dia da Paz ao longo do dia. O dia terminará com um desfile da paz. Aqui é onde precisamos de sua ajuda! O desfile começa por volta das 2 da noite. As crianças vão “caminhar pela paz” ao redor do campus em uma rota predeterminada e depois terminar na área da cafeteria da escola para uma montagem final em aproximadamente 2:20 da tarde. Gostaríamos de ver os pais ali torcendo as crianças enquanto elas entram. Em seguida, iremos ouvir como nosso orador convidado, Coordenador residente da U.N. Paolo Balladelli, com algumas palavras finais para nós, compartilhar uma ou duas canções e refletir sobre o nosso dia de paz. Os alunos são encorajados a usar algo que eles sentem representa paz e quem são. Espero ver todos vocês lá.
In visual arts arts class this unit, Y3 students are working with the central idea: colors are used and interpreted in a variety of ways. They will be assessed on the visual arts learning outcome: (creating) identify, plan, and make specific choices of materials, tools, and processes.
In Y3, students learn about primary colors, secondary colors, warm & cool colors, complementary colors, and shades & tints of colors as shown below:
Students have been learning about color theory by mixing primary color watercolor paints, tempera cakes, and tempera paints together. They have created their own color wheels using paint and colored circles.
This week, students began sketching on paper plates. They will be choosing watercolor paint, tempera cakes, or tempera point add color to their plates. They will also be choosing specific color schemes. Eventually, students will use these plates to create a loom and weave in a circular pattern using yarn.