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 initial blends in simple words.
I can follow a screencast and form letters correctly on dotted thirds.
I understand that initial blends are two different sounds.
I can segment initial blends as single sounds.
MSL structure –
*Focus on previous/new skill (Silent “e” syllables”)
*Application of new skill (Floss Rule)
Sustained reading (10mins): Choose a book suitable to your level (you can use Epic/library book/book from home) and read it quietly to yourself. I want you to draw and label all of the characters that appear in the story. Use your scrapbook to draw the characters. Make sure to have the title of the book at the top of your page.
Activity: Initial blend board game (See Attachment 1)
By yourself or with a partner, choose a game board and watch the screencast for clear instructions. You need to roll the dice, identify the initial blend and move to the matching blend around the board. Each game board has different initial blends. If you do not have a printer, you could design your own mini game board.
Reading: (To be submitted)Learning Goal: to use clues such as the title and front cover illustrations to help predict or guess the story or plot of a simple narrative.
Success Criteria: to be able to make a prediction or guess what you think the story will be about before you read it.
Activity:Watch the story How to Catch a Starhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3oQcKxE-ck
See Attachment 2
See Attachment 3
Learning IntentionTo write a recount about the weekend.
Success criteriaI 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.
ActivityBegin 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.
Remember to: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.
We are learning that a fraction is an EQUAL part of one whole.
We are learning that half is ONE of the two EQUAL parts.
We can explain that a fraction is an equal part of one whole.
We can identify that half is one of the two equal parts.
We can successfully complete the following work task.
Please complete WORKSHEET below. (See Attachment 4)
If you are able to print the worksheet that would be great.
Otherwise copy the shapes which you think are coloured in half into your scrap book.
Remember to rule lines and carefully colour using coloured pencils.
You could perhaps draw around the base of your drink bottle if you think the circle shows half.
Please rule a rectangle.
Rule a line down the middle of this shape and carefully colour in only half or one of the two equal parts.
You have coloured in half!
See Attachment 5