Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Immersion Assembly

On the first day of the term we usually start off with a Immersion Assembly and this term was the same as usual. People in a huddle hugging each other at the door and blocking the way was very annoying. I was really shocked when the second bell rang and Ashleigh still hadn’t walked through that door. Shoal and I started moaning.

“C’mon Ashleigh”, I said to myself. Then we just had to deal with it and walk to the door to line up. Everyone was so happy to see their friends but me and Shoal weren’t. When we sat down in the hall for Assembly Ashleigh just came in and sat down beside us. I was so glad. “Look” I said to Ashleigh. “The topic for this term is Little Critters”, I said.

“I’m a pesky mosquito”, said Mr Burt in a mosquito costume crawling around on the floor when mosquito’s are meant to be flying. He was scaring all of the little kids.

Finally we got to see team 1. They were dressed up in black with white gloves. Mrs George also had a mask of spider man on. They were doing an item about Incy Wincy Spider it was ok. I would rate it 8/10.

My most favourite item was Team 4. They were acting out as if they were all a Colony of Bees. Mr Barks was the Queen Bee, Miss Squires was the servant she was feeding Mr Barks. The only thing Miss King and Miss Vaafusuanga were doing was dancing in the background. While Miss Garden was sweeping the floor. People were laughing really loud when Mr Barks the Queen Bee took out a fake baby from under him saying that they were twins

“Everybody say Little Critters on three.,1,2,3”, said Mr Burt. "Little Critters!!” All the little kids yelled even Sante the teacher. I felt a little tingle vibrate through my head saying that this term is going to be great.:)


  1. Hi Rita
    I like the post that you have writen. The vocab you used made the story light up. You also used a lot of diffrent type of tecennics that we have been learning in class.
    Any way bye for now From your best friend Ashleigh

  2. Hi Rita That looked fun I wish I came to the immersion assembly but I didn't attend. The story is great, it has lots of details and the sentences has different sentence beginnings. Keep up the great work Rita. From Mary V


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