Welcome

thumb_Photo on 15-01-2016 at 5.22 pm_1024Welcome to Mrs Ryan’s Class Blog.  My name is Rebecca Ryan and I am currently teaching year 3 students.  This blog provides students the opportunity to access educational resources as well as a place where their work can be showcased.

This blog has grown over many years and provides a vast array of educational games and activities for primary aged students.

Please take the time to explore my blog and please leave a comment.

Parent Information Evening

Thank you to all the parents that were able to join me this evening for our Parent Information Session.

For those families that were unable to make it I have included the presentation in this post.  The Term One Overview can be found on the 2017 Term Overviews page on my blog.

 

 

 

2016 Memory

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It’s hard to believe that the year is almost over!  It has been such a pleasure teaching this group of 5/6 students.  Together we have gone on camp, three excursions, numerous sporting events and lots of learning.

As a comment below write a recount of one of your favourite memories from school this year.

My memory:

In Term One the 5/6 students and teachers went on camp together.  Boy was it hot!  I remember on one particular day it was almost unbearably hot.  In order to cope in the heat we would pour water down each other’s backs and faces.  On camp I really got to know all the year 5 students and I enjoyed spending more time with the year 6 students.

This camp was particularly memorable for me as it was the first camp EVER when my alarm woke me up on the second day and not the students!

Metaphor poems

In class we have been learning about figurative language, in particular metaphors.

The students have written metaphor poems, please enjoy reading their work in the comments section below.

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Pic-Lits

In English we are exploring poetry in its many forms, from cinquains and octopoems to haikus.

Students have been asked to create a piclit, the poem doesn’t have to rhyme but needs to reflect the image they selected.

Cailan’s piclit

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Gabby’s piclit

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Luke’s piclit

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Ben’s piclit

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Aidan’s piclit

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Hugo’s piclit

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Annie’s piclit

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Amelie’s piclit

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Alana’s piclit

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Caleb’s piclit

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Alice’s piclit

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Saskia’s piclit

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Christian’s piclits

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Paddy’s piclits

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Eva’s piclit

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Lily’s piclit

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Mia’s piclit

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Nico’s piclit

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Victoria’s piclit

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English homework – Remembrance Day

  1. Before you watch the BtN story, record what you know about Remembrance Day.
  2. Complete the following sentence: Remembrance Day marks the end of…
  3. Where did Tiffany and Lily go for Anzac Day? Locate using Google Maps.
  4. Why is Remembrance Day important to Tiffany?
  5. Why was the trip to Gallipoli important to Lily?
  6. Where was the dawn service held?
  7. Who was James Martin?
  8. What happens at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month?
  9. How has the trip to Gallipoli changed Tiffany and Lily’s understanding of Remembrance Day?
  10. How do you remember those who fought in the war?

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