Posted by missdouglas | Posted in 21st Century Learning, Inquiry | Posted on October 13, 2014

This term we are learning about ‘Cultures’ and Simone taught us that each country has their own flag. Today we looked at a range of flags and copied them on the tablets using a drawing app. After we copied a flag we asked our friends to work out which country the flag was from by looking at the flags on the board and reading the matching country. Here are some photos from our lesson.

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One student then asked: How many different flags are there in the world? We are going to try and research this. Does anyone know the answer?

Comments (2)

Hi Prep B, Miss Douglas & Simone,
I love the look of this activity! Some flags are very tricky to guess… I would need an Atlas to help me. In your photos I can see the flags of the United States of America and Italy. Which app did you use to draw your flags?
What else have you learnt about different countries?
Keep up the great work,
From Miss Fraser 🙂

Hi Miss Fraser,

Thank you for looking at our blog. We loved learning about flags….some are extremely tricky. We used the app called ‘Picsart Kids’.

So far we have learnt about Thailand, Brazil and Antarctica.

What are your 3/4 students learning about?

From Prep B

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