Australian Recipes: http://www.kidspot.com.au/best-recipes/Australian+58.htm
1st Period Australia Day Celebration Sign Up: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c044fa9ac2ca2ff2-australia
3rd Period Australia Day Celebration Sign Up: http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C044FA9AC2CA2FF2-australia1
FYI: We have a few students in both classes with food allergies. When you bring in your dish you also need to bring in a copy of the recipe you used, so students with food allergies will know if they will be able to taste your dish.
Essential Question: Do you know what is special about this coming Tuesday, 26 January?
Essential Answer: It is AUSTRALIA DAY, mate!
Tomorrow is Australia Day. Very similar to our 4th of July, it is the day celebrating the discovery of Australia. To celebrate such a momentous occasion, we will be spending the next week and half exploring and learning about Australian culture, geography and history.
To start the week off, we will be celebrating Australia Day Tuesday during class. To help celebrate, for Tuesday we are asking everyone to wear red, white and blue (the colors of the Australian flag) OR green and gold (Australia’s official colors). If you wear these colors Tuesday, and check in with the 6th grade SS teachers before homeroom (as you come down the 6th grade hallway – between Ms. Dawson & Ms. Cape’s rooms), you will be allowed to start Aussie talkin!
You will be given a list of Aussie words and phrases along with a sticker to show that you are allowed to use the words. You are welcome to look at and practice the words during homeroom, in the halls, during lunch, etc. but not during instructional time.
Please note that red, white, & blue for Australia Day does NOT include USA flag shirts. This is red, white, & blue as in the colors on the Australian flag.
Get ready to learn Aussie style!
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