This week we have been training for cross country which is on this Thursday. The 3-6s have been looking at the first fleet and the first people which is the aboriginals.
In the past few days the 3-6's have learnt a new game called salute. In history the 3-6's have been talking about Captain Cook and his voyage from England to Australia to claim the land. In the k-2 class they have been making fives out of sand for Artaminaby. In science the k-2's have been looking at living things. On the seed farm Jack and Clyde have been fencing for Luke. I think we should have a career day so we can learn what your parents job is and how they do there job.
By Luke and Kianna
On Friday last week me and my best friend Meg went to Cooma North Public School to practice a dance for School Spectacular. When we got there we had to learn the dance so we had to get taught by two girls Amilia and Deanna. They where really good teachers. After they finished teaching us we ran through the dance with ten other girls. Overall that day was really fun and I can't wait to go back on Tuesday to make the audition tape.
written by Tabitha Clarke
Today we had book week with our parents. We had to dress up as characters from books. We had to parade and give a speech. We also had Mr B as Mickey Mouse.
Today we had book week and our parents came.Brody was spiderman, Abi was a mermaid, Katliyn was a pesky rabbet, Damien was ben ten and patrick was a gruffalo and we had a mouse........Mickey!
Hi welcome to the new Adaminaby Public School Blog..
We are going to be telling you about the process of making a keynote slideshow about Greek Mythology. first we had to find information such as what they're the god of, what gender they are, family to them, and facts and famous stories about the Gods and Goddesses we had to choose six Gods and Goddesses.
Then we had to put our information into a slideshow with an app called keynote on our school i pads. it took us a while to make but we did it in the end. Next we had to post it onto Edmodo which is a students page where students can communicate with teachers and fellow students.
this is a blog made by Tabitha Clarke and Megan Carter