Year 4 assembly walk-through

Dear parents and friends,

Thank you for attending our walk-through assembly this week.  We were very excited to have you with us for part of the day and the children were looking forward to sharing their learning with you all.  We appreciated your active engagement and feedback and we hope that you gained some insight to how much the children have grown as learners and as people.

My favorite part was showing the year fives the math problem and then they had to solve it. João

My favorite part was that I got to present my work to so many different people. Abi

I liked it when they asked lots of questions about the hunger map and I could answer the questions. Victoria

I enjoyed it when we were showing lots of people our presentation at the same time. Zoë

My favorite part was when we had to explain Donkii’s problem about not having enough food to eat because we had a lot of knowledge about her situation in Mali. Grace

My favorite part was when Zoe, Abi and I planned and practiced what we were going to present in the assembly. We planned and worked together and we understood what we learned and that’s why we did so well. Jagriti

I enjoyed it when Mutiara and I showed year five and our parents about bees because we have been learning about it so much and we knew a lot. Kanya

My favorite part was when I presented my book creator showing my work about fractions, because the parents thought it was a challenge. Enzo

My favorite part is when we were explaining our math to our parents and sharing our learning. Gihon

My favourite part was when I used the i-Pad to show year fives and the parents my book creator fraction work. Then, I used the shapes to show them what I learned about fractions. Glenda

I liked using my i-Pad to show the parents and the year fives my book creator about fraction problems. I liked sharing the work that I have been doing in year four. Cassia

My favourite part was when we told the parents about cubing in math because it is easy to explain and I know it really well. Mutiara

My favorite part was when the parents and the year 5 students had to solve the math we made. Ayrton

My favorite part was when I told so many people about Donkii and how she is worried about not having enough food to eat because it has not rained for a long time. Mila

My favorite part was when I presented my work and I spoke clearly and loudly for my audience – Tisya

 

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