Our Earth Day commitments 🌏❤️ last week we had our school earth day celebrations. It was so amazing to see the students so engaged in helping our planet. Thanks to @twinklaustralia for this awesome earth day activity
It took aaaaaggggeeessss to put this Ship Building Investigation tabbed booklets together, but I'm so pleased with how it turned out. These booklets are part of my Material World/Discovery Matters integrated unit of inquiry. It's partly Science-based and connected to our HASS unit, but also has technology, art, engineering (d&t), maths, and literacy.
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This is one of my favourite things to do in any classroom... and now my kids can write, I think it’s almost time to bring these in for another year! To introduce these, we read ‘Have You Filled A Bucket Today?’ and talk about how we all carry around an invisible bucket. We come up with ways that we can be ‘bucket fillers’ and ‘bucket dippers’ to others. These buckets are a visible representation of that, and a tangible way that the kids can be filling each other’s buckets by writing little notes of encouragement to one another. Sometimes we write bucket fillers as a whole class activity (which helps me to make sure they all have some!) but I also encourage them to fill out a bucket filler whenever they find a reason. The kids empty their buckets and read all of their bucket fillers a few times a term, and the looks on their faces as they read the words of gratitude or encouragement from their classmates are 🙌🏼👌🏼💕 #bucketfiller#wordsofencouragement
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