I love going into my children's classrooms and seeing how they are learning, playing and enjoying the school year.
This week I was lucky enough to head off on two excursions as a parent helper.
On Wednesday I tagged along with the twins and their Prep class to the Launceston Gorge. They are learning about living and non-living things, and this was the perfect place to find lots of beautiful things in nature that were living and to explore the Gorge.
It was great to see my two spend time with their friends and be keen little learners. It was also funny to see them spend most of their time apart, both have their own group of friends and are happy to be apart for most of their school day.
Then on Friday I headed with the Grade 3's into town to do a bit of a History tour and have a tour of the town hall. The highlight was when Poppy was chosen to play the Mayor in their mock meeting, she got to sit in the Mayors special chair, use the mallet and wear the Mayors chains.
We then walked to the City Park for lunch, a play and to find some items on their history scavenger hunt.
I'm so lucky to be able to have the time to share these days with my children and that so far they are happy for me to tag along.
We've have had a great first term of school this year, but we are all counting down (three more school days) until holidays when we can have a break from early school mornings, packed lunches, sharing, library books, readers, and all the other madness that comes along with school days.
Happy Sunday! xx