Thursday, June 29, 2017

Harold and Life Education

This week we have been learning about how our bodies work and grow. We looked at how our bodies change over time and what we need to do to look after our bodies on the inside and the outside. We had some fantastic learning with Harold and Carmen from the Life Education Trust. Here are a couple of photos of our learning.

9 comments:

  1. Hi room 2 it is Otto here and I like your body learning with Harold and I also like the photos.

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  2. Hi room 2 it is Otto here and I like your body learning with Harold and I also like the photos.

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  3. Hi this is Tobi from Kaniere school i like your body learing with Harold and i also like the photos

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  4. Hi I am Siobhan from Kaniere School. Harold is very cool. I wish I could go but I was sick so I could not go. But it was probably a lot of fun.

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  5. Hi it is Abby here from Kaniere School and I liked Harold because I all ready new Carmen but it made me think of when I was in Room four and I did it. I liked the part when she let us hold all the body parts.

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  6. HI it is Kaycee from Kaniere School and I Liked Harold because I all ready knew Carmen. I liked the part when she let us hold the body part. Also I liked when we gave Harold a brain wave.

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  7. Kia ora Ruma Rua,
    We have Harold and the Life Education Trust up in Whangarei too! Harold must be VERY busy teaching so many children important things. It is great that you have learnt how to look after your body - inside and outside. Did you find out about eating healthy foods? Drinking lots of water? Remembering to exercise? What are some of the tips to can share with me?
    Tania

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  8. When Jack and I were in Christchurch on Thursday 29th June, we saw a Harold truck at a school in Christchurch too. He must be very busy, all right. Sounds like he is doing a good job.

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  9. When Jack and I were in Christchurch on Thursday 29th June, we saw a Harold truck at a school in Christchurch too. He must be very busy, all right. Sounds like he is doing a good job.

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