Kei te pēhea koe Room 14? How are you?

Another way Room 14 practised this sentence structure was using drama. The audience would ask a student how they were feeling. Read more about 'Kei te pēhea koe Room 14? How are you?'...

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Zooming Along

First the students watched a short video clip about hot air balloons and saw a variety of hot air balloons. Read more about 'Zooming Along'...

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Patterns All Around Us

Patterns are all around us. As a teacher I find peace and wonder in the patterns I notice in nature when I am out walking. Read more about 'Patterns All Around Us'...

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Writing Across the School

Writing is an essential skill that can benefit students for the rest of their lives. Introducing and practicing writing with engaging activities in the classroom, can foster confidence and a... Read more about 'Writing Across the School'...

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Shining Stars

First, we learned what a sequence is and then how to continue on that sequence repeatedly to make a pattern. Read more about 'Shining Stars'...

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Land before time (Part 2)

The Room 15 students worked in small groups to label parts of our favourite dinosaurs. We noticed that the meat eating dinosaurs all had sharp teeth and claws while the... Read more about 'Land before time (Part 2)'...

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