Sunday, August 15, 2010

Our week of learning - 15th August - Rock week pt 1


Current Readaloud: "The Three Investigators - The Secret of Terror Castle"

Audio books: Max Flash: Supersonic by Johnny Zucker

Independent Reading: -  "Hannah Plus One" by Libby Gleeson

Other He had an interview for the Write Now challenge - the interviewers asked him questions about how he came up with the ideas, where he got the information and the pictures he used.

Maths: He spent time on Live Mathletics.

Science & Technology: He watched Mythbusters plus, Rock week Part 1:

HSIE (Human Society and it's environment): With the Federal election looming, we've been having lots of discussions about the election, what the candidates are standing for, who we're voting for etc. 
Creative & Practical Arts: Drama & the first rehearsal of Wind in the Willows.  He went to see The Winter's Tale at our local rep theatre, put on by the Youth theatre.  Very good!

PDHPE (Personal Development, Health & Physical Education): Martial arts, final match of Auskick and archery. 

Life skills (cooking, gardening, housekeeping): Tidying up.

Other fun stuff:


Butterfly said...

If only the politicians could hear their names and policies mentioned in dolls play and bathtub discussions here! I wonder what Billy and Elijah would say if they had a chat about government just now? Would it help me decide how to vote?

Edible rocks are an awesome idea!

Melissa said...

My girls loved the Hannah books when they were younger! We were lucky enough to have the chance to talk to the author, Libby Gleeson, about them

Re Butterfly's comment - an anti-Abott ad came on the other day and Snowy informed me he 'doesn't like Mr Abott'. Then, quietly, 'and I don't like Julia either..'

Snowy would like to have Billy's Moshi address btw :)

DeclutterLady said...

Hannah Plus One was a favorite here too :)

Anonymous said...

Are the Three Investigators still in print? I loved those books as a kid, along with the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden.


Kez said...

Kate - I'm not sure if they're still in print. This is an antique from when I was a kid :)