Wednesday 20th MayOn Line Forum (Class Meeting through Webex)
9.30 – 10am
Morning roll/welcome

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

Learning Intention:
To identify and apply the sound to the letter v and write the letter using correct letter formation.
Success Criteria:
I can say the sound for the letter “v” and write it using correct letter formation.
*Please note some students may be sent different Phonics activities in a separate learning task

Sound pack 
Practice sound pack with video

Writing on whiteboards a-m then n-z
Practice writing v – in online meeting

Students can do one of the following activities:
Students complete Rainbow writing “v” handout (found in literacy learning pack – see image below). Students use 8 different colours to practice letter formation for the letter v. Name images beginning with “v” on handout and colour pictures in.


Create a paper mache volcano using the instructions below.

To make paper mache paste follow the below instructions (you will need flour and water)

Resources Required

Pencil, texter, scissors, glue, sticky tape, masking tape, ruler, popsicle stick, coloured pencils or crayons, newspaper and paper mache.
White board and white board marker

Reading: NB: This will be today’s submission task

Learning Intention:
To identify the qualities associated with being kind and being a good friend

Success Criteria:
I can identify the qualities of a good friend and be able to give examples.

Listen to the same story you listened to Monday and Tuesday.

With mum or dad talk…
.  What are the qualities of a good friend?
.  How can friends look after one another?
. Was Pig the Pug a good friend to Trevor? Why or why not?
. Do you think that Pig and Trevor will become good friends? Why or why not?
.  What qualities make you a good friend at home or school?

In your Home Learning Book draw a picture of yourself being a good friend to a family member or a school friend.  What are you doing to show this?
You could draw yourself sharing toys, playing with a friend who feels lonely, or looking after someone who has hurt themselves, or helping your brother or sister.

Resources Required

Home Learning scrapbook, grey lead, coloured pencils


Learning Intention: 
To write a basic description of a known character

Success Criteria:
I can describe Bluey using pictures and words or sentences. I can write the sounds I hear in words.

Activity: then choose your favourite episode.

Once you have watched it have a discussion about the episode. What did Bluey do? Which places did she visit?
What is the best thing about Bluey?
Next draw a picture of Bluey. Make sure to add detail and use the correct colours. Finally write one to three sentences about Bluey. Sentences could be things like:
“Bluey is a dog.” 
‘Bluey has big ears.”
“I like Bluey’s tail.”

The focus is on students writing the sounds they hear in words, so as they write make sure they are saying the word aloud, listening for then writing the sounds. Please also look for a capital letter for names or the beginning of a sentence, spaces between ‘words’ and a full stop at the end of the sentence.

Resources Required

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.


Learning Intention:  
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.

Success Criteria:
I can order numbers from 1 to 20. I can begin to order numbers from 20 backwards.

Watch Ms Frizell’s counting video


  • Write the numbers 1-20 on concrete
  • Collect 20 items- eg.20 leaves/ 20 small stones/ 20 twigs or your choice?
  • Count out 20 toys and put them in a line.
  • Write a number on someone’s back between 10 and 20. See if they can guess the number. Then swap turns.
  • Take 20 steps inside or outside -where do you end up?
  • Count how many teaspoons in the kitchen drawer? How many doors in your house? How many chairs? And so on.
  • Draw 20 balloons and number them/Draw 20 cars on a road and number them/ Draw 20 smiley faces and number them/Draw 20 ice creams and number them/ or can you think of something else to draw?

Resources Required

100 number chart, pencil, caterpillar worksheet, glue stick, Home Learning Book

Learning Break 12.45pm – 1.45pm  (Lunch break)

Specialist: Physical Education
NB: Specialist learning tasks will be assigned separately.  
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.