By Camille Guthrie, Year 6 Student
Swish swash: the noise of the angry river. Clip clop: the animals who were fleeing. Drip drop: the noise of the river’s last drops.
Patricia Vizcay-Wilson, Teacher - Pre-Prep
Teachers put inquiry into action for Pre-Preps earlier this week. The class enjoyed learning, in their boots, in the rain.
We worked out what size we needed by trying them on ... “Tight is not the right one.”
We looked for puddles ... “Puddles have water, if it’s only mud it’s not a real puddle” … “ because you can’t splash in just mud!”
Is this a short boot or tall boot puddle ... “I’ll try! If water comes in it’s too deep!” … “ we can measure with a stick” or “stick your hand in.”
Maybe both ... “It’s not coming in! If we jump it will!”
And then we cleaned up because …”mud is stinky.”« Back to IndexNext article in this edition »