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Countries and Cultures

Sep 26, 2022


Countries & Cultures


Flag Colours


Rectangle/Rectangular Prism





Pp – Pride

Last week we had so much fun talking about all the different countries and cultures. We had a look at different flags an all their different colours. Our week was mostly discussion based as load shedding took place all week during school time. Every day we asked a few children for a name of a country… we got some very interesting country names, including Benoni a few times! 

 For Art, we made a class poster with all the Hoppers’  little hand prints and discussed that we are all the same even if we come from different cultures. Multi-Culturism means “ALL IN ONE!” We just love how our poster came out and will also be displayed at the Art Expo.

 We have also been working on our art pieces for art expo. We are so excited for this event to take place and show off all our work!

 Thank you to all our parents for making such beautiful hats for our Hat Parade on Friday. We had so much fun, and all our Hoppers were so excited to walk and show off their amazing hats.




If you could travel to anywhere in the WORLD … where would it be?


 Dates to Diarise: 

Haircut Day: 5 Oct

Break Up Day & Art Expo: 20 Oct

Mid-Term Break: 21 – 24 Oct

Back to School: 25 Oct

Mommy & Me Yoga (PP, HH, CC): 27 Oct

Mommy & Me Yoga (BB, SS): 28 Oct



Lots of love

Teacher Kate-Lynn, Teacher Katy and the Happy Hoppers Assistants

Happy Hoppers!

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