Saturday, July 17, 2010

Litter-less lunchboxes

Room 3 children are trying to have litter-less lunchboxes to have less rubbish at school and to help our environment by having less rubbish sent to the dump. A waste free litter-less lunchbox contains no throwaway packaging.

Tips for having a litter-less lunchbox

- Limit the use of all paper, plastic wrap and tin foil.

- Pack food in reusable containers.
- Pack reusable cutlery instead of disposable cutlery.
- Use a refillable drink bottle instead of drink boxes.
- Use a cloth napkin instead of paper.

- Foods such as vegetable and fruit require little or no packaging.

- Involve children when preparing lunches as a child is more likely to eat and not   waste lunch they helped to pack.
- Take chips, biscuits and other snacks out of the packing and put it in a reusable container.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Wacky Hair and Hat Day

On Friday our school had wacky hair and hat day. Some of the children in our class were very, very creative. Balroz put dinosaurs all over his hat, Piper had a fan, feathers and pipecleaners on hers, Nicholas had animals and a feather on his hat, Sophie and Hayley spray painted their hair, Jonathan, Flynn, Kavin, Lucia-Belle and Felix had hair ties and pegs in their hair, Meah, Lauryn and Ethan had funky wigs, Malin, Bruhathi, Amanda, Kaitlyn, Christine and Kimberly had unusual hair styles, Steven was a wizard, and Duraiz made a funky hat. It was lots of fun and we saw some amazing creations around the school. Check out our school website for more photos.


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