Today we are asking you to submit the Maths task.
Here is today’s learning:
To form all letters correctly, using dotted thirds
To identify and apply words that follow the “floss” rule in simple sentences.
Success Criteria:I can follow a screencast and form letters correctly on dotted thirds.
I understand the “floss” rule.
MSL structure –
*Handwriting (a-m/n-z)*Focus on previous/new skill (Silent “e” syllables”)
*Application of new skill (Floss Rule)
Activity: Floss Rule Board Game
Attached is a word document with a “Floss” rule game board. You need to roll the dice, move the counter around the board. When you land on a “-ff”, “-ll”, “-ss” or “-zz”, you need to think of a word that follows the rule and write it in your lined book. You can challenge yourself and put that word into a sentence.
See Attachment 1
We are becoming familiar with the structure of simple procedures
to sequence events and creatively represent the main part of the story.
Watch the youtube clip of the story
Now watch the screencast for a demonstration of the activity
See Attachment 2
See Attachments 3
Revision of line placement and letter formationCapital letters N-ZWrite the sentences: We made fairy bread. Yum!
Learning Intention:To practise writing capital letters (N-Z). (explanation in screencast).To write a sentence using a combination of capital letters, small letters, tall letters and letters with tails.
Success Criteria:I can write capital letters using correct formation and line placement.I can write a sentence that uses capital letters, small letters, tall letters and letters with tails.
ActivityFollow along with the screen cast. Screencast no.49.
Write the capital letters and the sentences in your lined writing book.
Note for parents: Please buy some balloons for next week’s exciting activity!
|Maths: (To be submitted)Learning Intention:We are learning to recognise and name 3D shapes|
Success Criteria:I can recognise and name 3D shapes
First, watch this video on the difference between 2D and 3D shapes. It goes for 5 minutes.https://youtu.be/YxoLlSTu1jo
Here is an explanation of the learning task on finding the differences between 2D and 3D shapes:
Print the attached worksheets OR if you don’t have a printer you can draw or write the shapes under the correct headings in your scrap book.Open up to a new page in your scrap book.Complete the activities on the worksheets by cutting and pasting the shapes in the correct columns.
See Attachment 5
Now it’s time to play some maths games:Peg+Cat Magical Shape Hunt gamehttps://pbskids.org/peg/games/magical-shape-huntabcya shape match gamehttps://www.abcya.com/games/shape_match
|Wellbeing:Please see this week’s Wellbeing Learning Task.|