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 silent “e” syllables in simple sentences.
I can follow a screencast and form letters correctly on dotted thirds.
I understand the rule of silent “e” and apply it in simple sentences.
MSL structure –
*Focus on previous/new skill
*Application of new skill (Silent “e” syllables)
Activity: Silent “e” syllable board game (See Attachment 1)
This needs to be played with a partner. You need to get the monkey to his banana! When you roll the dice, move the counter. When you land on a word, you need to sound it out and say the word to make sure youReading:
To analyse how different texts use nouns to represent people, places, things and ideas in particular ways.
to be able to find and list Nouns from a text.
Watch the youtube clip of the story
See Attachment 2
Now watch the screencast for a demonstration of the activity:
To write a recount about the weekend.
I can write sentences about my weekend.
I can use a capital letter for the start of a sentence and for names and a full stop/exclamation mark at the end.
Begin by a discussion about what you did on the weekend.
In the lined book provided, write the date.
Proceed to write a recount about the weekend.
Draw a picture.
Use capital letters and full stops.
Finger spell words and/or write down the sounds you can hear in words.
Write neatly and try your best to stay on the correct lines.
Write as much as you can.
|Maths: (To be submitted)|
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 how to identify, recognize and match Australian coins.
SUCCESS CRITERIA.We can identify, recognize and match Australian coins.
ACTIVITY.WORKSHEET. (See Attachment 3)
Hints:Make a rubbing of a 5cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50 cent, $1 and $2 coin onto a piece of white paper. 2. Carefully cut each coin out
3. Paste each coin into your Maths scrap book.
4. Neatly write down how much each coin is worth.
100 cents = $1
200 cents = $2
Activity: (See Attachment 4 and attachment 5)