Oh my goodness, I’m SO happy this week is over. I cannot believe how tired I am! Planning week sure takes its toll!
I’m glad I have a whole weekend of NOTHING planned. Just rest and relax before the last week of term.
But it’s Friday, and that means…
On Saturday night I actually went out (shock! horror!) and had a lovely dinner with friends and then saw The Woo-Hoo Revue play at The Speigeltent, currently located at Melbourne’s Arts Centre. Great night out. Probably shouldn’t have worn my heels – my feet were so cramped by the end of the night (or, should I say, by the wee hours of the morning…)!
On Sunday evening my Mum and I went to see Cirque du Soleil’s Ovo, playing down at the Docklands. This is my 2nd Cirque du Soleil exprience this year (I saw O in Las Vegas), and my Mum’s first, and it was awesome. Mu Not only were all the performances AMAZING, but it was such a fun atmosphere. Mum and I had fun browsing the souvenirs. I’m such a sucker for show artefacts. We both bought gorgeous handbags (must take a photo of mine), taking my total Cirque handbags up to 2, plus CDs and programs and a glowing egg that’s my new “Teacher is Busy” signal for Reading Groups.
Plus, Mum and I decided that we will see Cirque du Soleil whenever they’re in town from now on.
My kiddos (ok, my Preps) were practising counting to 10 this week. Bright pipe-cleaners, coloured star beads = LOVE!
Finally changed out my thematic book stand – we’re well-prepared for the last week of Term!
Finally, today the Preps (all 7 of them) and I celebrated our Letter/Sound of the Week – N – by making these fabulous headbands from The Moffat Girls. (‘Scuse the photo – I’m so not talented at the self-photos on the iPhone!) Unfortunately, my Grade 1s were a teensy bit jealous… so we’ll ALL be making headbands next week for Easter!
Today while we were celebrating the number 10 I was spontaneously making up variations on Ten Little Indians with my kiddos.
Thus, I have to seasonal (well, one of them’s Aussie seasonal) variations for you!
Click on the images to download the posters from TpT.
Finally, I’d love to hear from you:
What was the best moment of your week?