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My Orange Journal

September , 2016, By Admin

The students at our local St Joseph’s Primary School spent Term 3 studiously exploring all things citrus! From understanding the production cycle of an orange to extending their juicy vocabulary; from using maths to figure out serving sizes to using oranges for arts and crafts, and perhaps most tasty of all – cooking up a orange-choc-cake storm!

In early September, we welcomed 35 students and 4 amazing adult helpers to the orchard to get a behind the scenes look at what happens on the orchard. The students asked great questions and were very keen to learn about all aspects of growing oranges and mandarins.

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They created colourful and very informative workbooks, entitled ‘My Orange Journal’, which featured all of the different citrus-themed activities they had undertaken during the term. It was such a delight reading through each of them to see what the students had learned.

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The workbooks and many of the art and craft creations formed part of our display at the Moora Show.


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