Today we are asking you to submit the Reading 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: Complete the printable activity. You need to fill in the missing “-ff”, “-ll”, “-zz” or “-ss”. Once you have done that, choose three words and put them into simple sentences in your book.
See Attachment 1
Reading: (To be submitted)Learning Goal:We are learning to make inferences about characters’ feelings and motives.We are learning how a sentence can be made more interesting by including adjectives.
Success Criteria:I can order all the different sandwich fillings as described in the story.
Activity:Watch the youtube of the story Carla’s Sandwich.
Grammar Focus: VerbsPunctuation focus: commasWriting focus: Procedure
Learning Intention and success criteria are written on the slides.
Activity:Follow along with the attached screencast.
Complete the activities outlined during the screencast.
Watch Mrs. Gale write the procedure on “How to play Balloon Tennis.
Complete cut and paste activity: Jumbled procedure about how to play balloon tennis. Paste the procedure in the correct order in your scrapbook.
(See Attachment 2)
|Maths:Learning IntentionWe are learning recognise and describe one quarter as one of four equal parts to a whole.|
Success CriteriaI can recognise and describe one quarter as one of four equal parts to a whole.
First, watch this YouTube video on wholes, halves and quarters. It goes for 2 minutes.
Now watch this screencast for an explanation of your activity.
Here is a summary for parents/caregivers:
Gather some scrap paper or newspaper/junk mail.Trace around a small bowl to make a circle. This is your pizza base.Make some cheese and glue it to your base.Create some fun and fabulous toppings and glue them on.Now it’s time to cut your pizza into quarters!Glue your pizza into your scrapbook and write (and finish) the following sentences
My pizza is divided into_____________.Another way to write one quarter is _________.
Instead of a game today, please jump onto Mathletics and complete the activities on fractions.
|Physical Education:Please see this week’s Physical Education Learning Task.|