Today in our Te Rito Toi sessions the children explored the idea of someone having their "Cloak Of Dreams" torn. Once we had discussed what cloak and torn meant we all contributed our own dreams to a new cloak. Here is the Room 7 Cloak Of Dreams.
Friday, 11 September 2020
Thursday, 10 September 2020
Another exciting task in our exploration of "The Emperor and The Magic Goose" was to put ourselves into the roles of members of the town where the main story takes place in this legend. As you can see, the children enjoy exploring this story through actions.
On our return to school last week, our students began working through "The Emperor And The Magic Goose" as adapted by Professor Julie Dunn and Professor John O'Toole. During this unit of work our children were asked to visualise key moments in the story and draw them as a group to share with others. Here are a few examples of their work.