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Image 1. Extraction of snake venom during the exhibition "Reptiles of the World" in Switzerland in 2014. Photo by: Vassil/Wikimedia

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Made with cotton buds and hot and cold paints. Painted on top of a photo.

Caitlin, Teacher for A Day.

8:45am: Assembly/roll.
9:00 am: Swimming
10:00 am: Art
10:30 am: Morning Tea
11:00 am: Maths
12:00 pm: Topic
12:30 pm: Lunch
1:15 pm: Science
2:00 pm: Reading
2:10 pm: Brain break
2:30 pm: Finish Art
3:00 pm: Game
4:00 pm: Home Time

Water confidence, Perfecting strokes: (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke) and a game.
Painting nature, (trees, bushes, swan plants).
Vertical algorithms and Spirograph.
Maori language, learning the Maori names for things in the classroom.
Experiments, how to write a aim, hypothesis and method correctly.
Read about the wood pigeon and answer questions.
Capture the flag.

This is Bailey sitting on the lawn 
Jimmy doing his work 

On Mr O iPad

Syrian children attend a class in one of the underground rooms of the Al-Hayat school in Damascus' al-Qaboun surburb on October 19, 2016. After the Al-Hayat school was targeted in government air strikes on November 5, 2014, resulting in the death of more than a dozen students, the school moved to an underground location. Photo by: AFP/Sameer Al-Doumy/Getty Images

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