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Island Life

On Tuesday Year 4 set sail to islands new, as part of the entry point for 'Island Life'. 

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To begin the day, students sampled tropical fruit with island music playing in the background. 

 Students were then given a number of challenges including:

  • Selecting vital items needed on a desert island and ranking their importance
  • Memory games
  • Stepping stones across the sea
  • Islander scavenge
  • Deciding upon and acting out a key survival skill from 3 options.
     

Later students wrote postcards from their island experiences and posted messages in a bottle in a hope that these would be found.

 The 'Entry Point' was enjoyed by all and hopefully will see the students best placed, if ever they are 'Shipwrecked'. Thankfully the rest of the week has seen their learning take place back on dry land.

Henry W Guyler
Year 4 Teacher/ Year Level Leader
 

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