Hello Everyone, 

Today we are asking you to submit the Reading task.

Here is today’s learning:

Literacy Learning
Phonics:Learning Intention:
To form all letters correctly, using dotted thirds
To identify simple words from jumbled letters.To identify and understand what silent “e” syllables are.
Success Criteria:I can form letters correctly on dotted thirds.
I understand the rule of silent “e” and apply it in simple sentences.
MSL structure –
*Sound Pack
*Handwriting (a-m/n-z)*Focus on previous/new skill
*Application of new skill (Silent “e” syllables)

Activity:9 letter word challenge:

Write down as many words as you can from the 9 letter word grid. See if you can work out what the nine letter word is! You may copy the table into your workbook if you would like.ylalslebs
Reading: (To be submitted)Learning Intention: 
To analyse how different texts use nouns to represent people, places, things and ideas in particular ways.
 
Success Criteria:
To be able to find and list Nouns (things) from a text.
 
Activity:
Watch the youtube clip of the story
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnO7W3tAlik
 
 See Attachment 1

 
Now watch the screencast for a demonstration of the activity:
https://youtu.be/LirPKnZGgic

Writing:Grammar Focus: VerbsWriting focus: Procedure

Please note:Learning Intention and success criteria are written on the slides.

Activity:Follow along with the attached screencast.
Complete the activities outlined during the screencast.
See Attachment 2
Watch: https://youtu.be/-PX3ivxh7t4


Numeracy Learning
Maths:Oral Counting.Counting forwards and backwards to and from 100 by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.
MONEY.LEARNING INTENTION.We are learning about the value of Australian notes and coins.We are learning to order Australian notes and coins from smallest to biggest.We are learning to order Australian notes and coins from biggest to smallest.

SUCCESS CRITERIA.The students can recognize the value of Australian notes and coins.The students can order Australian notes and coins from smallest to biggest.The students can order Australian notes and coins from biggest to smallest.
ACTIVITY.WORKSHEET. (See Attachment 3)
Hints:Make a rubbing of each coin onto a piece of white paperCut out each coinPut each coin in order from smallest to biggest.Put each coin in order from biggest to smallestPaste the coins into your Maths scrap book in order from biggest to smallest.