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School newspaper. Issue 9

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1 school newspaper issue 9

2 Imprint This is us, the editorial team lower row: Lena Niehaus, Julius Weiling, Jakob Kleideiter, Victoria Leupolz Upper row: Paula Schatterny, Annette Bohmert, Ronja Nicke, Johanna Böcker Our newspaper appears twice a year. Texts for publication can be sent to: Email address. The editors reserve the right to select the texts to be published. The newspaper group of the Maria Montessori Primary School Seminarstraße Coesfeld Tel .: / Fax: / Mail: 2 Imprint

3 Foreword Dear children, dear parents, dear partners, after a three and a half year break you are holding the 9th edition of our school newspaper in your hands. The aim of this newspaper is to inform you about all the things that make up our school life. The idea for this arose at a meeting of the friends' association that wanted to revive the newspaper. He finances the printing and Melanie Möller helps us with the layout. We thank you very much for that! But the editorial team has now changed: 7 children from all classes signed up for the Schulzeitungs-AG and looked through magazines full of enthusiasm, developed their own ideas and diligently implemented them in various articles for our newspaper. They were supported by some guest authors who made contributions in the field of freelance work. Many thanks to all of you! There will be a newspaper AG again next year. Maybe you would like to work on the next issue. Or do you write a guest post? Please contact Annette then. We have a request for our readers: How did you like the newspaper? Are you missing something? Do you have any ideas or suggestions? We look forward to your feedback. In order to secure the financing, we are looking for many sponsors. Can you think of someone who owns a business and would place an ad? Then please contact Melanie Möller. So, now have fun browsing! Your editorial team Foreword 3

4 Content: Foreword 3 Visiting pets 5 Caring for teeth 6 Historical city tour of Coesfeld 7 My body is mine! 8 Plant for the planet 9 Mini Mint Little researchers in action 10 Clothes make the man 11 Clothes in the course of time 12 Our class trips 13 Halters am See a report from the dolphin class 14 Kangaroo competition 15 Satchel cup 16 Julius Drudel 17 Impressions from the trip to the Reinert farm: 19 Interview with Matthis 20 Interview with Martina 21 Survey about our favorite food 22 Kaiserschmarrn recipe 24 Pot project with Mr. Erlenkötter 25 Canoeing group 26 Guinea pig group 26 News from the friends' association 27 Jokes & jokes 28 Interview with Uli Kleideiter Beekeeper 31 Book tip 33 Viertis Schedule 36 4 Contents

5 Pets visiting Last autumn, one or two neighbors will have asked themselves: Will the Maria Montessori primary school be converted into an animal shelter? Again and again the most diverse animals came to visit either on a leash or in large or small cages. The diligent observer probably did not know that the subject of pets was on the VU plan. Visiting pets 5

6 Handling teeth carefully On January 21st, Ms. Munkelt and her colleague, two dentists from the Dental Health Working Group, came to our school. They explained how we can take care of our teeth to keep them healthy. To do this, they set up stations on our teeth in the learning world. I would like to introduce some of them to you. I liked stations 3 and 4 best. In Ward 3 we got plastic dentures and were supposed to brush our teeth for 3 minutes, as the doctor had shown us beforehand. At station 4 we should check whether the toothpaste contains fluoride or not. Then we should design a toothpaste packaging ourselves. I liked it very well! By Hiway Sunna 6 Handle teeth carefully

7 Historical city tour through Coesfeld On January 29, 2016 we went with the city guide, Ms. Grütters, on a search for clues through Coesfeld. We learned something about the history of our city from many old buildings. We were particularly impressed by the visit to the city archive. Here Mr. Damberg showed us the deed of becoming a town since then Coesfeld has town charter and is allowed to hold a market, elect a mayor and a council. Coesfeld also received a court and the city was fortified with a wall. We could see the built city wall, the ramparts and also the many city gates on a city model from 1620 in the city museum Das Tor. At this place, Ms. Grütters told us many exciting stories about witches, witch persecutions and torture chambers. We were allowed to pick up a chain of torture from earlier times. We can recommend such a city tour to everyone. If you want to know more about today's Coesfeld, you can contact the upper tandem. The older students put together a small brochure about Coesfeld as part of the VU lessons. The bat class Historical city tour through Coesfeld 7

8 My body is mine! My body is mine! was a third and fourth grade project at our school. On three dates we went to the Martin Luther Primary School in Coesfeld. There we saw several short plays on different feelings in order to learn that our own feelings are important and always right. That saying no is important. The action ran during the time of the technical lessons. The plays were presented each time by two actors from the Osnabrück Theater Education Workshop. In one of the plays, for example, a woman came up to a boy with an anti-squeak brush and said this brush doesn't squeal - should I try it out on you? and it started cautiously. Then she started brushing very roughly and very quickly. This hurt the man. That's what he said then. During the plays we learned the three questions that you need when you get into an unsafe situation, for example when your neighbor asks you if you would like to play with his daughter at his home. 1. Does someone you trust know where I am? 2. Do I have a yes or a no feeling? A feeling of yes is happy. A feeling of no is sad. 3. Do I get help if I need help? In addition, we learned a song on the subject. The title was My body is mine !. There is an Internet site that provides information on topics that have something to do with feelings. This can be found under: On this page you can see the number against Kummer. There you can tell your problems. You don't even need to say your name. The people on the other end of the line will work with you to find a solution to your problem. The number against Kummer can be reached from Monday to Friday, from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. So take care of your feelings and if you have a problem call the number against grief! Ronja 8 My body is mine

9 Plant for the planet On March 5th, I took part in the Plant for the planet academy with 8 other children from our school. We all thought it was super cool. The first thing we did was get a T-shirt, then we listened to a lecture by young climate ambassadors. In doing so, we learned what is harmful to our climate and what we can do ourselves to protect it. We also learned how unjustly some things are distributed in the world. In the afternoon we planted a lot of trees. In the end, we ourselves were trained to become new climate ambassadors. Johanna Plant for the Planet 9

10 Mini Mint - Little Researchers in Action Shortly after the Easter break, we received a visit from the school children from the Moki. Together with them we carried out many experiments on the subject of mechanics. Feoleta and Carolin had set up various stations in the movement area. We were allowed to build a marble run as long as possible, find out whether a cube could also roll, let a ball roll up with two rods or find out on which path a marble develops the highest speed. Always 1 or 2 first graders worked together with a kindergarten child. That was an exciting afternoon and we had a lot of fun experimenting. Interview with Jakob Kleideiter and Julius Weiling (both freshmen) 10 Mini Mint

11 Clothes make the man The children of the dolphin class stretch long threads across the entire classroom. Hobby shepherd Thomas Fehige had come specially to show them how to spin with the hand spindle. Carmen dresses make the man 11

12 Clothes in the course of time On the VU topic Clothes Make the People, some children dealt with the change in clothes in the course of time. The result is a little booklet with information. We would like to present the pictures to you here. Aaron as a clock person Fynn as a Roman with a toga Malte as a medieval ruler Simon as a medieval farmer Mila as a noble rotten in the Middle Ages Antonia as a noble rotten in the Rococo Niklas as a sanculotte in the French. Revolution Maxi as a dandy at the end of the 19th century Janne as a punk Protest fashion of the 20th century 12 Clothing through the ages

13 Our school trips: In the week of May, all four classes were out and about for three days in beautiful summer weather. We started a survey to find out what the kids liked best. Here are the results: Dolphins The dolphins were in the youth hostel Haltern am See. The highlight for the children was the afternoon at the Stever and the long play outside. Almost everyone was very satisfied with the rooms and the surroundings. Geckos The geckos were also in the youth hostel in Haltern am See for three days. The children particularly enjoyed the colorful evening. But the ranger program with Anja was also rated highly. They had a lot of fun collecting firewood, lighting a fire with bread on a stick and building a bivouac. Everyone was very satisfied with the rooms. Our school trips 13

14 bats owls The bats were in Winterswijk at the same time as the owls. The special experience there was the campfire with stick bread baking and a visit to the goat farm. The children liked the property. The owls rated the visit to the goat farm and the bat migration as their special highlight. Most of the children were satisfied with the accommodation. Haltern am See - a report from the dolphin class The dolphin class was on a school trip. The girls had a 5-bed room and a 4-bed room. The boys had two 4-bed rooms and one 5-bed room. I was in the same room with Jule-Leni, Jana and Antonia. The room was a disabled room so we had a large bathroom and a double bed and the 5-bed room had a really small bathroom. On the first day we were in the forest by a river called Stever. The water was very cold and there were many flowers in the river. We saw a lot of people go pedal boating and canoeing, then we tinkered with fishing. We then went back to the youth hostel, where we had a rally. The rally was very difficult. Then we made a campfire. In the evening we still had a night hike, but after a short time many children wanted 14 Our class trips

15 back to the youth hostel. That's why we told each other scary stories at the fireplace. On the second day we had breakfast. The breakfast was delicious and then the program started. First we went back into the forest. We built teepees each. That was a lot of fun, but there were a lot of mosquitoes in the forest. After that we made a fire and played volleyball. When we finished we went to bed. In the morning we had breakfast again. Then we waited for the bus. When he arrived we were all looking forward to home. Claire Honoring the kangaroo participants 24 third and fourth graders took part in the international kangaroo competition in March. The mathematical competition is about solving puzzles, guessing and arithmetic tasks and simply developing fun with mathematics. The children could now proudly receive their certificates and a small strategy game. Lina Kreutzer was honored with a T-shirt for the longest kangaroo jump, she did most of the tasks correctly without interruption. Congratulations to all of you! Kangaroo competition 15th

16 Satchel Cup We are a team! On there was a soccer tournament from the SG Coesfeld primary schools played for the cup. We have prepared well. The registered children have run to the North Sports Center six times to train there. The first and second graders trained with Nils, the third and fourth graders with Marcel. Our coaches kept telling us how we play fair. On the day of the tournament, we drove excitedly to the south sports field, where it was taking place. Unfortunately Marcel was sick. Both teams had to play six times. The players were changed again and again so that everyone could play. The Letteraner won the first and second winners. The winner of the third and fourth was the Martin Luther School. We finished seventh in both groups. Some of us were a little sad, but we all have a chance. Everyone can play if they want to give their best! (So ​​don't just go to the Satchel Cup so you don't have to go to school!) We are already looking forward to the next Felix 16 Satchel Cup

17 Julius Drudel - Do you know what you are seeing here? Julius Drudel 17th

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19 Impressions from the trip to the Reinert farm The little calves were very trusting and curious and let us stroke them. Later we sorted the eggs on pallets according to size. We were allowed to touch freshly laid, warm eggs from the chicken mobile when we visited farmer Hubert Reinert on his chicken mobile. Farm visit 19

20 Interview with Matthis Steves How old are you? I am 27 years old. Do you have children? No, I don't have any children. Where were you born? In Krefeld. How did you get to this school? I applied here and was allowed to come one day to watch you children learn. Then I got the approval. What are your favorite subjects? Math and sports What is your favorite food? I like lasagna. What is your favorite book? Ronja the robber's daughter What is your favorite film? Sherlock Holmes What is your favorite animal? I like cats. Do you have any pets yourself? No, I don't have any pets. Do you have a really great wish? A house in the country would be great. Would you like to fly to the moon or do some other crazy trip? I would like to travel to Australia one day. Paula and Johanna 20 Matthis

21 Interview with Martina Do you like the new cafeteria? Yeah yeah It's nice and bright, there is plenty of space for all the children - we're 88 children. How many people do you cook for? For 88 children, for the teachers and for the Bufdis almost 100 meals. What do you do in your workplace? I do the dirty laundry first, then I go into town and get the things I still need for cooking. Then they cook until noon. Then we serve the food, after which it has to be cleaned up and mopped up. I also tell the cleaning ladies what to do and check that. Buy groceries and materials, write menus, do you enjoy your work? Yes, she does! Why are you wearing a hairnet? Because everyone loses a few hairs every day. You don't want to find the hair in your food. That's why we have protective hoods on. So that the hair does not get into the food. What are the dangers? You can slip on fat, burn yourself with fat or hot water, or cut your finger. What is your favorite food? Lasagna What do you do when you retire? I haven't even thought about that yet. I will probably be at home more. With my children, or rather when I retire, I may already have grandchildren. We also have a large farm and the animals have to be looked after. Maybe I'll start riding too, because we also have a horse stable. Just take a look! Paula and Jakob Martina 21

22 Our favorite dishes A few months ago I did a survey about the favorite school meals of the children and teachers. You can find the evaluation here. Victoria 22 favorite food teachers

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24 Kaiserschmarrn - Julius' favorite recipe Ingredients for 4 servings: - 6 egg yolks - 1 piece of bourbon vanilla sugar - 1 heaped tablespoon of sugar - 1 pinch of salt g flour ml milk - 50 g melted butter - 6 egg whites - 4 teaspoons powdered sugar - You can use it to taste 100 g raisins are added, which were previously placed in 5 tablespoons of water. Beat the egg yolks with the vanilla sugar, a pinch of salt and 1 tablespoon of sugar until frothy. Gradually stir in a spoonful of flour and a good dash of milk alternately until everything is used up, then stir in the melted butter. Whip the egg white into a firm egg white and slowly but thoroughly fold into the dough with a spoon. There should be no more protein flakes to be seen. (Then stir in the raisins without the water.) Melt the butter in a pan and pour the dough about 1cm high. Reduce the heat a little and let it bake until golden. Every now and then look under. Quarter the mixture, turn it over and let it bake again. Divide into bite-sized pieces, sprinkle with 2 teaspoons of sugar and caramelize briefly. Almost done: Arrange on plates and dust with powdered sugar. Julius wishes you bon appetit! 24 Kaiserschmarrn

25 Pottery project with Mr. Erlenkötter In these days our class animal project is entering its final phase in collaboration with the sculptor Bernward Erlenkötter. Since November our children have been collecting ideas with him for the design of their class animal made of clay, modeling and glazing it, and have now decided and implemented the arrangement on wooden boards as part of the class.These will now be hung up as signposts in the school hallway and will certainly not only give our new students an orientation in our school building. This great project was financially supported by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and our friends' association. Pottery project 25

26 Kanu-AG Lina, Justus, Niklas, Fritz and Maxi have wet paddling fun at the Kanu-AG on the Berkel under the direction of Andrea Kaup and Uli Kleideiter Lots of interesting facts about guinea pigs! We from the guinea pig advanced course would like to tell you why it is worth taking a look there. We learn in a completely different way and drink a cup of tea at the same time. Philip: I love that we learn so much about guinea pigs! Paula: We now know how much space guinea pigs need to live, that's in the Animal Welfare Act. Johanna: I think our guinea pig pictures are great. We painted these in wood with the Brennpeter. Mila: I think the Guinea Pig AG is great! Lina: I'm fine looking after the guinea pigs. This includes weighing, combing hair and feeding. Fynn: It's cool that we're taking the train to the vet. Felix: I think it's great that we're talking about animal rights. Antonia: I love guinea pigs! Now one more question: How many square meters do you think our new guinea pig house has? Is it big enough according to the animal welfare recommendations? Take a look at it and then you are welcome to ask us! Johanna 26 AGs

27 News from the Friends 'Association We from the Friends' Association are always looking for ways to support and encourage our children in everyday school life. Again this year we supported great projects and took on the costs: a pottery project with Mr. Erlenkötter, participation costs for the Heureka and Kangaroo competition, project: My body is mine, the day together with an adventure teacher, starting fees for the children Heidelauf, bus trip to the museum, cafeteria at the school festival, T-shirts for the satchel cup or the new wall clock in the cafeteria. As before, we would like to organize our own small, cozy Christmas market this year so that our cash register is filled a little again. Of course we need your help again. At a first meeting with some parents before the Easter break, we already had great ideas about what we could offer at our Christmas market. After the summer holidays we want to start implementing the ideas, that is, handicrafts, sewing, crafting and decorating. We would ask interested parents to sign up for the list. It is also possible to work on the handicrafts on your own at home. Please note it in the lists if you are only able to support us from home. We are also happy to accept home-baked goods from mid / end of November. Wil Borgmann and Andrea Boric will step down from the board at the end of the school year. We thank them both very much for their commitment and their good ideas over the past few years! Anyone who has the desire and time to support us is welcome to contact us. The Friends 'Association News from the Friends' Association 27

28 jokes & joke questions from Paula Two earthworm ladies meet in the flower bed. Where is her husband actually? One asks. Oh, sighs the other one who's fishing. Good afternoon, pleasant, short. Ic what is white and going up the mountain? A homesick avalanche. Mom, tell me, is it true that after his death it turns to dust? Yes, that's true! Well then died somewhere under my bed. What do you have to do before you can get off a train? Getting in Where does a cloud go when it itches? To the skyscraper! Which three numbers give the same result as with The numbers 1, 2 and 3 / 1+ Which case cannot a detective solve? The waterfall What does the big pen say to the small pen? Wax times pencil 28 jokes & joke questions

29 Papi, Papi, where is Africa? I don't know, your mother cleaned up again. ag, my name is short hm, my name is also z. My name is Lang. that man falls apart ?! tt somebody what is a semi-trailer truck? A cowboy who has lost his horse. Which snake does not crawl, does not bite and also has no fangs? The streamers practice with plus arithmetic e with multiplication arithmetic? 3/1 + 2 + 3 = 6 / 1x2x3 = 6 ift to t Which day is the most dangerous day for submarine drivers? The open day. Why does the frog jump into the pond when it rains? So that it doesn't get wet What is a biscuit with a shadow? A shady place! How do children imagine the ideal school? Closed jokes & joke questions 29

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31 Interview with the beekeeper Uli Kleideiter What does a beekeeper do? A beekeeper keeps bees. He gives them a prey (that's a box the bees can live and work in). He takes care of the bees so that the bee colony stays healthy. In summer, the beekeeper harvests the honey that the bees have made from flower nectar and gives them sugar water as a substitute. What do you need? A beekeeper needs a wooden box called prey. He needs a protective suit so that he does not get stung at work, a smoker: this is a tool that can be used to make smoke that soothes the bees. Where can you keep bees? Bees can be kept outside anywhere. They are best placed where people do not feel disturbed by the bees. Our bees are on the garage roof. Do bees live in a colony? Yes, bees live together in one colony. In summer a bee colony consists of up to bees. That is more bees than Coesfeld has inhabitants. In winter the peoples are smaller. There are about bees that overwinter together. Do bees have a queen? There is a queen in every bee colony. She is the only bee that can lay eggs that make young bees. Uli clothes manager 31

32 How does the honey get into the honeycomb? The bees collect nectar from the flowers and store it in their honey bladder. There, the nectar is turned into honey, which the bees then put from the honey bladder into the honeycombs. The honey is stored in the honeycombs. How do you get the honey? The beekeeper can throw the honey out of the honeycomb with a honey extractor. Is the honey kept in jars? After the spinning, the beekeeper fills the honey into jars. Can bees screw on a lid? The bees store their honey in their honeycombs. If you want to eat honey, help yourself there. You don't have to unscrew the lid of a honey jar. Do bees sting? Bees only sting when they feel threatened, e.g. B. if you accidentally step on it. A bee can only sting once because it dies after being stung. Incidentally, the bees, the drones, do not have a sting and therefore cannot sting. Can you go to bees with deodorant? Bees react aggressively to some scents, for example some perfumes or the smell of rotten bananas. Therefore, one should avoid such smells when coming into contact with bees. Are bees yellow black? Bees are often painted yellow black. In real life they are more like light brown black. Thank you for the interview! 32 Uli Kleideiter Jakob and Lena

33 Book tip: Miles and Niles Great family reading for the summer vacation: Miles and Niles We always read to the children during breakfast breaks. The Geckos loved the book I want to introduce to you: Miles and Niles Brain Cells Ambushed by Mac Barnett and Jory John. I would like to briefly introduce it to you here and make you curious: Miles Murphy is the best trickster in his school, i.e. he is perfect at playing pranks. When he is forced to move to the boring cow-dump Yawnee Valley, he naturally assumes that he will also be the best trickster at his new school. There is only one problem: the school already has a trickster. And that's good, incredibly good! A hilarious competition begins for the funniest ideas and weirdest pranks and a friendship between two boys who go from competitors to accomplices. Unfortunately, only Headmaster Barkin has nothing to laugh about. The book is funny and also shows that you are really strong as a team! It costs 12.99 euros and is 220 pages long. It is illustrated with funny comic-like drawings. It is more suitable for older children to read by themselves. But reading aloud is also fun - for young and old alike! The second volume has just come out (so a tip for you geckos too!), The audio book, spoken by Christoph Maria Herbst, is a pleasure too. Annette book tip 33

34 All the best to you Viertis for your future journey! Let’s give you 34 viertis

35 hear too! Fourths 35

36 Timetable July Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, August Wed, Thu, Wed, September Mon, Tue, introductory party for the new beginners with their sponsors Sports field at the theater - final party for fourth graders, - 11 a.m. excursion with children and teachers - 6 p.m. final barbecue with children, parents and teachers Final church service in the Ev. Church on the market at 10 a.m. with the parents Holidays for all fourth graders Last day of school for all first to third graders School closes at 6 p.m., no supervision !!! First day of school for second fourth graders, we have breakfast together! Training starts at 8:00 a.m. for the four-wheelers A day together, bats A day together, geckos 36 dates

37 Wed, Thu, Tue, Fri, Sat, Wed, Thu, Sat, Tue, October Mon, Fri, A common day owls - parents evening lower tandem, first in class, then to specialist lessons - a common day dolphins - parents evening upper tandem , first in class, then for specialist lessons Reading out the geckos in the Moki Small Animal Day at Steinkamp day of action, o'clock completion of cycling training, fourth o'clock plenary meeting of the friends' association o'clock plenary meeting of the sponsoring association Information evening on the school Glass classroom, o'clock. Free for this on the Coesfeld Culture Night Reading of the bats in the Moki free dentist Autumn break Care continuous Sat, Mon, City run Coesfeld Compensation for the glass classroom No care Dates 37

38 November Tue, All Saints December Christmas holidays Care from January 2017 Sat, February 2017 Mon, Mon, day of action, p.m. Ped. Holidays, no supervision April Easter holidays supervision from May Ascension weekend June Whitsun holidays Corpus Christi weekend 38 dates

39 Speech therapy practice Bianca Clausen in Coesfeld-Lette We are here for you! Therapy of speech, speech, voice and flow disorders we also offer: Language fun training Laberrhaber & MUT TUT GUT. Therapy of speech, speech, voice and flow disorders we also offer: Marburg concentration training & MUT TUT GUT. Contact us! Contact us! Coesfelder Straße Str ı Coesfeld-Lette ı Telephone: / 9 / ı

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