Today we are asking you to submit the Maths task.
Here is today’s learning:
|Reading:Connect To Text|
We are learning to make personal connections to texts.
I can make a personal connection with a character or event from the text.
Write the title ‘Wombat Stew’ in red pencil.
Draw up three columns in your Scrapbook and write the headings like the table below.
Which events in Wombat Stew do you connect with? Complete the table by putting a tick in the I connect with this box if you do or I don’t connect with this box if you don’t.
Which events in Wombat Stew do you connect with?I connect with this.I don’t connect with this.Dingo caught a wombat.
(Have you ever caught anything?)
Dingo liked eating stew.
Dingo cooked his food on a fire. ( Have you cooked on an open fire?)
Koala Climbed down from a tree.
(Have you ever climbed a tree?)
Dingo thought he had been poisoned.
(Have you eaten anything that tasted horrible and made you feel like Dingo?)
Dingo was tricked by the animals.
(Have you ever been tricked by someone?)
Choose one of the events you are connected to above and explain it in more detail in your lined book under the heading ‘Connect to text – Wombat Stew’. Draw a picture to match your explanation.
Sustained Reading: Read a text of your choice from home, on Reading Eggs or Epic!
We are revising the Gentle Cindy rule.
– I will become familiar with the Gentle Cindy sound pack.
– I will explain the Gentle Cindy rule.
– I will read words with the hard and soft sounds for ‘G’ and ‘C’
Sound pack revision:
Join in with the sound pack demonstration.
Now watch the Gentle Cindy sound pack and have a go at joining in.
Replay and try again. Remember that when a ‘G’ or a ‘C’ is followed by either an ‘E’, ‘I’, or ‘Y’ the sound is softened and turned into a ‘j’ or a ‘s’ sound, respectively.
Re-watch the Gentle Cindy Rule clip.
Now you’re going to help Gentle Cindy explain her job.
In your lined book, write the heading Gentle Cindy and date 14.5.2020.
Then write the Gentle Cindy rule in your own words. Try to include the following:
What letters make ‘G’ and ‘C’ say their soft sounds when they are in Gentle Cindy words?
What sound do ‘G’ and ‘C’ make in Gentle Cindy words?
Where must the ‘E’, ‘I’, or ‘Y’ be to make the ‘G’ and ‘C’ say their soft sounds ‘j’ and ‘s’?
Can you give some examples of Gentle Cindy words?
Have you found other Gentle Cindy rule breaking words?
Finally, log in to Literacy Planet where you will complete two set tasks related to the sounds of ‘G’ and ‘C’.Writing:Grammar – Plural NounsWatch the clip: https://youtu.be/FzhGPHDdZOA
Activity – Literacy Planet set task ‘Singular and Plural 4’
Writing – publishingWatch the clip: https://youtu.be/EW60k3-3c68Activity – publish your recipe; you may like to make it into a clip.
|Maths: (To be submitted)Numeracy|
We are learning to give and follow directions to a familiar location.
I can give and follow a set of directions to get from one place to another.
To start, play:
Locations on a grid: https://au.ixl.com/math/foundation/location-in-a-grid
Today, you are going to design a Treasure Hunt! You are going to hide an object, like a toy, coin or something small in your house, or out in your yard, and get a family member to try to find it. You will give them a series of directions and see if they can find your ‘Treasure’!
Choose a small object as your ‘treasure’.
Write the heading ‘Location’ and todays date in your scrap book.
Choose where you are going to start from. A good place might be your work table. Write a series of directions clues to where you are hiding your object. You could use words like left, right, backward and forward and how many steps.
When you are happy with the clues, get a family member to read them out (or read it for them), and see if they can find your treasure!
If they didn’t find it, check your directions are accurate, fix any mistakes, and go together again to find the treasure.
Draw a map that matches your directions. You could also make another trickier treasure hunt, using lots more directions.
You could even put one direction at each step on a piece of paper, and see if your family member can find it.
|Visual Arts:Please see this week’s Visual Arts Learning Task.|