This term we are learning about Animals and Us!
Our BIG question is How do people help animals and animals help people?
We were doing a challenge where each group had a different disability. By Caleb
The disabilities were blindfolded, one legged, no arms, ear muffs and no talking. We had to complete every task. - By Eleanor
The challenges were a maze, building with cubes, animal sounds, picking colours and objects and asking for something in the room. By Ashton
|I was blindfolded and Eleanor said to pick up a yellow bean. It was hard. By Sophie|
|I was trying to pick up some beans with my chin because I had no arms. It was very difficult. By Ella|
|I was telling Ben to make a shape. Ben couldn't hear me. By Cooper|
It was difficult because I couldn't hear him and I kept on building the wrong thing. By Ben
|I was trying to listen to what animal noises Stevie and Ashton were making. It wasn't hard because I could still hear them but not see them. By Hannah|
|This is me doing the maze with earmuffs. By Alannah|
It was hard to get Alannah to go the right direction! By Harper
|I couldn't hear Harper and Alannah because I had earmuffs on and it was hard to hear them but I could see where to go. By Jade|
|I felt a little bit frustrated because Eddie was blindfolded and I had to tell him left or right. It was hard! By Bella|
The maze wasn't too hard or too easy because I knew my left and right and I could feel stuff. By Eddie
|It was so hard to pick up the blocks because I had no hands. By Juan|
|Ben told me to pick up the purple bear and when I didn't get it right he waved at me doing crosses. It was hard because I couldn't hear him. By Cameron|
|It was hard leading Caleb around the maze because it was hard to tell which was his left and right. By Blake|
Keep watching this blog and we will show you our journey this term!