A POST OF­FICE TO GO

South Burnett Times - - SOUTH BURNETT SCHOOL NEWS -

THIS term Miss Ma­son and her team have cre­ated a mini post of­fice for the ju­niors.

We hope that from this they will learn how to use money and how a post of­fice works.

Tilly from Year 2 said: “I am learn­ing how to sort let­ters and how money works.”

The stu­dents are writ­ing let­ters to teach­ers or friends and tak­ing turns in giv­ing the let­ters out like a real post­man.

They use pre­tend money to buy stamps and are learn­ing how to wait their turn and use proper lan­guage when ask­ing for items in the post of­fice.

“My favourite part is re­ceiv­ing and giv­ing let­ters,” Shari in Year 1 said.

Mrs Hay­den has done a bril­liant job in set­ting up our post of­fice. — By Syd­ney and Mon­tanna Me­dia Com­mit­tee

PHO­TOS: CON­TRIB­UTED

MAIL TRAIL: Wooroolin stu­dents are learn­ing how to use money in their mini post of­fice.

Stu­dents are writ­ing let­ters to teach­ers or friends. A pack­age heads off from the Wooroolin State School mini post of­fice. Stu­dents make a trans­ac­tion in their mini post of­fice. Wooroolin State School stu­dents are learn­ing about how a post of­fice works. Wooroolin stu­dents mail let­ters in their mini post of­fice.

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