Monday 18th MayOn Line Forum (Class Meeting through Webex)
9.30 – 10am
Rules/Expectations – Quick reminder about using hand to show you want to talk/answer a question, thumbs up for understanding etc
Parent/Student questions for days Literacy tasks
“Teacher to model “L” writing”
To identify and apply the sound to the letter l and write the letter using correct letter formation.
I can say the sound for the letter “l” and write it using correct letter formation.
*Please note some students may be sent different Phonics activities in a separate learning task
Practice sound pack with video
Writing on whiteboards a-m then n-z
Practice writing l – in online meeting
Students complete Rainbow writing “l” handout (attached to compass learning task. Students use 8 different colours to practice letter formation for the letter l. Name images beginning with “l” on handout and colour pictures in.
Students are then to complete “My l Book” (attached to compass learning task) They write the L on the blank line and colour the pictures in. They then cut down the black lines in order to make their book.
coloured pencils or crayons
White board and white board marker
To identify a favourite part of a story.
I can identify a favourite part of the story.
Listen to Ms Hands read “Pig the Fibber”
Discuss your favourite part of the story and give reasons for this.
In your Home Learning Book write the title of the story. Draw a picture of your favourite part and then try to write a sentence about why you liked it using the following starter
“I liked it when…”
Home Learning scrapbook, grey lead, coloured pencilsWriting
To write a short recount about weekend events/activities.
I can write a simple recount about my weekend.
Discuss what you did on the weekend. Focus on who you were with, where you went and what you did there. (eg I was in my lounge room, I was with my mum, dad, sister; we were playing a game)
Draw a picture of these things, adding as much detail as possible.
Use your pictures to write about your weekend. Parents might choose to write a sentence starter on the whiteboard to be copied ” On the weekend I…” or “On Sunday we…” Students complete the sentence.
Please try to encourage your child to listen for the sounds in each word so that they can try to write them with some independence. They do not have to be written perfectly at this stage as it is more important that they can hear, identify and write some of the sounds within the words.
Accuracy is a gradual process that is learnt and it takes time.
For example “I pad a gam wf dad.”.(I played a game with Dad.)
Talk about using capital letters, full stops and writing in complete sentences with spaces between the words.
Write two sentences – one about where you were and who you were with and one about what you did.
Parents: please watch the attached slideshow. It shows the different stages of writing.
Home Learning scrapbook, grey lead, coloured pencils
Learning Break 11am – 11.30am (Recess Break)On Line Forum (Class Meeting through Webex)
11.30am – 12pm
Focus: Clarify any questions from parents/children about daily learning tasks.
To establish an understanding of the language and processes of counting by naming numbers in sequences, initially to and from 20, moving from any starting point.
I can order numbers from 1 to 20.
Watch Ms Frizell’s counting video
Number Sequencing Caterpillars (attached to compass learning task)
Students are to fill in the missing number. Remember you can use your 100’s chart in your Home Learning Bag to assist you.
100 number chart, pencil, caterpillar worksheet, glue stick, Home Learning Book
Learning Break 12.45pm – 1.45pm (Lunch break)
NB: This will be today’s submission task – Please submit one inquiry activity from the grid to submit through compass.
Please note: The timetable outlined is just an example for students to follow at home. We understand that all families daily schedule will differ depending on individual circumstances.