Year 2 students prepare rice seedlings for their young kindergarten friends for tomorrow’s annual rice planting. This traditional technique compacts soil into mud balls to that the rice plants can be thrown into the field instead of pushed into the ground. Easier for little hands!
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Kindergarten 2-3 learnt that we can create colourful dye from plants such as the blue butterfly pea flower and natural products such as coffee. We used this dye to create different patterns and shapes on fabric.
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As part of our ‘Green Fingers’ topic, Kindergarten 2-3 students learnt about the difference between man-made and natural materials. Students had to work out whether everyday items were man-made or from nature, then used all of the natural materials to make their own tents.
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Reading Day tomorrow!
As part of our annual ‘Focus on Reading Day’ we will be running a number of activities at school including Buddy Reading (where older children read to their younger friends from kindergarten), Story Under a Tree (when parents come in and read to groups of students under the shade of a tree) and Book Barter (students get the chance to exchange used books with friends). Let’s read!
Water is Life!
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Little Bookworms Show
Wonderful performances by Panyaden’s little bookworms yesterday! Nursery and Kindergarten students shared books and stories they love with us through fun and innovative shadow puppets, acting, mime, singing and dancing with colourful handmade props and costumes. Lots of photos on the blog!
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