Daily Archives: October 7, 2020
LG: I can read information and record ideas about the topic
First… read the text about the Apollo 11 Moon Landing.
You can open the text to read here:apollo 11 moon landing
Or watch the video to hear the text here:
Next… After reading, complete the 3, 2, 1 activity:
Then… complete 20 minutes of independent reading. If you would like to read more about the first moon landing, you can use this link: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/history/moon-landing/
LG: I can create an information report
First… choose one of the fact sheets below and read through the dot points of researched information.
Next… organise the information into subheadings and write the information as paragraphs.
Here is an example we looked at last term:
For these planet topics, you can come up with any sub-headings that you think are important. These could include things like:
Then… put your information report together, adding features such as:
- Labelled diagrams
- Bolded topic words
If you would like to, you might want to do a little extra research to add some more information to the dot points you have been given.
Finally… you might like to audio record your presentation. Share your work on OneNote
Today you will do a maths lesson with your teacher in your small group.
Come prepared with your maths book and pencil!
While you are waiting, or after your group, if you have some time, why not play another game of capture the array? The video and information about how to play CAPTURE THE ARRAY are below if you have forgotten. This is an optional activity
Today you are going to be playing a game. Make sure you have all the materials below :
- Grid Book
- Grey lead
- Coloured Pencils
- 6 sided dice
(if you don’t have dice use the online dice: https://www.teachstarter.com/au/widget/dice-roller/
Watch the video to see the game in action
Start playing the game in your maths grid book.
Remember the aim of the game is to cover your whole page in arrays, and you only have 10 turns to try to do this. Your first roll tells you how many rows you have, the second roll tells you how many are in each row. Then record your array in your book just like in the video.
Once you have completed your 10 turns, see how much of your page you have filled with arrays.
Then, if you’re up for it, you might like to see how many turns it takes for you to fill your whole page!
For today’s Performing Art lesson click on the link below to Christine’s Art blog to see what she has planned for you today. Remember you can comment on the blog post or send Christine an email.
If you put pictures or work in your ART section of the class notebook, remember to press ‘Share’ and type in Christine’s email so that she can see your work.
Don’t forget to take some time to do some physical activity!
Visit the 30 minutes workout page HERE.