Friday, 28 July 2017

Our Shared Inquiry

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!


  1. What an interesting activity. It must have been hard with the headphones on Ben.

  2. That was a very fun activity

  3. It was hard with no hands