Lots of small ocean fish were painted on to match our Book Week theme, ‘Oceans of Stories’.A boy & a girl were selected from each class for the best character dress-up and awarded Books and Vouchers.Thanks to Hye Jin and Sam for such excellent work and for being so well organised with everything. Character Dress-up Day To celebrate the end of Book Week, all students and staff were invited to dress up as their favourite Book Character on Friday, October 7th.Tags: Critical Thinking Activities For Middle SchoolersHairspray Musical EssaysLogistic Business PlanJuvenile Delinquency EssayReflective Essay BullyingEssay On The Film SickoApush Essay Prompts ImperialismUga Creative WritingCritical Thinking University Of ManitobaBusiness Improvement Plan
Report Writing On Book Week In School
We celebrate by going on a trip to the library to find out about the history of these big book depositories and how they’re adapting to stay relevant in the digital future. Back then they were super important, because without internet and smart phones and everything else, they were sort of the only place you could go to get information for say school projects. JACK: So, this library is pretty different to the ones I had growing up. DIONNE: Yeah look it's really interesting, I think there are lots of things that are the same. This library even has a 3D printer, a media room for all your visual and audio needs, as well as plenty of spaces you can sit back, relax and read, well, a good book.
The winning posters were chosen and the winners received a Book voucher each.
With the hundreds of posters, we’ve made a lovely display for photo shooting!
The Book Fair, in particular, has been incredibly popular and it has been lovely to see students getting genuinely excited about their books.
It has really been enjoyable being stopped by some of our younger students to be told about their choice and when they are going to read it!