My Bean

WALT:  Plant a bean, look after it and explain how it will grow.

Success criteria:
Using the right materials to plant our bean
Keep a journal on my bean.
Water my bean and take care of it.


Goldilocks

WALT: write a character description

Success criteria:

  • use interesting words to make a picture in the reader's mind.
  • write about what the person looks like
  • write about what the person does (actions)
  • Write about what kind of person they are (personality)

Libby And The Spiky Cactus

WALT: Write a fairytale in our own words.
Success Criteria:

  1. Orientation - who (characters), what, where (setting)
  2. Problem - what goes wrong?
  3. Solution - how do they make it right?
  4. Magic !
  5. Outcome (Happily ever after…)

Music

WALT - sing the new school song.

Success criteria: Sing using the correct words and attempt to use the correct pitch.

Room 2 sang this beautifully, they used the correct volume and some of them hit some good notes whilst singing.  Keep on practicing room 2 and we could even get some of the moves into the song.-- 

Translation

WALT: EXPLORE translations through slide, reflect, and rotate on plane shapes.

Success criteria:
 - Use the first letter of your name to slide 
 - Use the first letter of your name to reflect
 - Use the first letter of your name to rotate



Tessellation

WALT: predict and create a bathroom or kitchen tilling plan using tessellation.

Success criteria:
- create simple tessellations involving squares and other shapes

- repeat simple tessellations involving squares and other shapes
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Fairytale Writing

WALT: Write a fairytale in our own words.
Success Criteria:

  1. Orientation - who (characters), what, where (setting)
  2. Problem - what goes wrong?
  3. Solution - how do they make it right?
  4. Magic !
  5. Outcome (Happily ever after…)

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Mathletics Award - Showing CARE values

Well done Libby on your Mathletics certificate. It shows that you are using EXCELLENCE by practising the tasks set to you in the school holidays.

Congratulations!!

Jump rope for heart

Achievement Objectives


Students will:
  • Participate in creative and regular physical activities and identify enjoyable experiences.
  • Develop a wide range of movement skill using a variety of equipment and play environments

Learning Outcomes

Students will learn to:

  • Join in activities with a positive attitude
  • Identify what makes fitness a positive experience
  • Identify ways to make changes to the activity to increase enjoyment
  • Demonstrate basic skipping skills with short and long ropes



Plays - reading

WALT: practice and perform a fairytale play within a group

Success criteria:

  • Students can using a clear voice
  • Students can face the audience
  • Students can read a script to the best of their ability
  • Students can add emotion and acting to their plays.




Recorder

WALT: play on the recorder by reading a music sheet.

Success criteria: 

Share Music Making with others, using basic performance skills and techniques (L.2)





Exploring 2D Shapes


WALT: make and talk about 2D shapes by using symmetry

Success Criteria:

  • identify 2D shapes by name
  • name 2-dimensional shapes: triangle, square, oblong (non-square rectangle), circle, oval, pentagon, hexagon and diamond
  • describe shape attributes in their own language
  • explore and describe faces, edges, and corners of 2D and 3D objects
  • make, name and describe polygons and other plane shapes
  • describe the process of making shapes with line symmetry.
  • name common two-dimensional mathematical shapes


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Exploring Symmetry Shapes


WALT: make shapes using symmetry

Success criteria:
  • identify lines of symmetry in objects
  • make patterns which have line symmetry
  • describe line symmetry in their own words
  • fold paper systematically
  • cut shapes from folded paper
  • find number patterns derived from folding and cutting using a table


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Libby Chatterpics - Poetic writing





WALT : write a poem using rhyming words and share it in a creative way.




Success Criteria :


  • Rhyming words
  • Rhythm (what does it sound like when you say it?)
  • Detailed sentences (add interesting words)
  • Quality illustration (A4 with jovis)
  • Clear speaking voice using Chatterpics (practise at least 4 times before you record)

Gymnastics





Achievement Objectives





Students will:
  • Participate in creative and regular physical activities and identify enjoyable experiences.
  • Experience creative, regular, and enjoyable physical activities and describe the benefits to well-being.
  • Describe and use safe practices in a range of contexts and identify people who can help.
  • Develop a wide range of movement skills and play environments.


Learning Outcomes


We are learning to:
  • Create and perform sequences of unlike actions on the floor.
  • Identify how to use equipment and perform skills safely.
  • Identify how gymnastics is helpful to everyone.

3d Shapes

WALT:  make 3D foil shapes.

Success criteria:

Make a 3D shape out of paper and wrap it in foil.
Talk about what kind of shape you made.
Talk about how many faces, sides and corners your shape has.

Symmetry Shapes


Walt: explore shapes by cutting them out using symmetry and naming their sides, faces and corners.

Success criteria:

I can predict what the shape will be when I cut it out.
I can talk about what shape is it.
I can name how many corners, faces and sides my shapes have.

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Library session

WALT: read a book for enjoyment.

What that looks like:  

           We are sitting quietly in a spot reading a book and showing respect to everyone else reading.




Gymnastics practice session week 9

WALT: plan and perform a sequence of gymnastics moves with a buddy e.g. Straddle, pike, tuck, rolls, burpies etc.

Success criteria:

Perform a sequence of 12 moves
Be Able to transition smoothly from one move to another
Perform your sequence alongside your buddy
Practiced your sequence with a buddy during gymnastic sessions to get your performance in time with one another.



Libby's poem and creative writing

WALT : write a poem using rhyming words and share it in a creative way.


Success Criteria :

  • Rhyming words
  • Rhythm (what does it sound like when you say it?)
  • Detailed sentences (add interesting words)
  • Quality illustration (A4 with jovis)
  • Clear speaking voice using Chatterpics (practise at least 4 times before you record)


Instructional writing sample

WALT: write instructions

Success Criteria :
  • Title
  • Goal
  • List the materials and equipment
  • Steps in order
  • Action verbs

How to make popcorn.

To make popcorn.

Materials:

·      Glue stick
·      Popcorn kernels
·      Popcorn maker
·      Bowl
·      Paper template
·      Scissors

Steps

   1.    Carefully cut around the template and fold neatly and glue the tabs down. This is to hold your popcorn.

   2.    Pour a cup of popcorn kernels in to the popcorn maker.

   3.    Plug the popcorn maker in very tight.

   4.    Wait for the popcorn to pop.

   5.    Share the yummy white popcorn around and you have made some yummy popcorn to eat also put the popcorn into your popcorn cup.



By Libby 


Very good writing Libby, you have met the success criteria.  Re-read your work to make sure all the sentences make sense. 

Instructional writing

WALT: write instructions


Success Criteria :

  • Title
  • Goal
  • List the materials and equipment
  • Steps in order
  • Action verbs


 Libby has achieved the success criteria set out for this task.  It is evident that she has all the aspects in her writing. She has even proofread her work to then add some descriptive words! Good thinking Libby.  However, seeing as this was a publishing task she had to edit all her work along with the feedback from the teacher before she published therefor is would have been neat and without any mistakes.

You still did a great job Libby.

Art portrait

WALT: Create self-portrait and painting them with water paint.

We can do this when: we use a pencil to draw ourselves with all the elements of a face and painting our portrait using relevant colours by staying within the lines.

Next step:  Use our drawing and painting skills to design and decorate our art mural.

Libby made a very colourful self-portrait using different colours and painting techniques. Great work.


Writing

WALT: write some information about ourselves through planning and ICT.

We can do this when:  we write a detailed informative piece of writing and typing it up on a computer.

Next step:  To add more detail to my writing to make it more interesting e.g. descriptive words.



CARE certificate

Congratulations to Libby on her bronze certificate!!!

Writing



I am learning to: Write and Publish a poem.

I can do this when I can :

Describe myself using a range of different words including adjectives.
Read my poem with a clear voice at the right speed and noise level.

Next Step : Write a  Bio poem about one of your family members or a pet.

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Writing


I am learning to: Write to describe.
I can do this when I can:
- Write sentences that talk about what is happening in the photo.
- Write sentences that make sense.
- Use verbs (doing words) in the right place.
- Use punctuation correctly.
- Write in detail.

My next step is to proofread my work carefully.

Maths

We are learning to: recall addition and subtraction facts in 3 seconds or under.

We play a game with dice. Two people roll a dice at the same time. They then have to add or subtract the numbers on the two dice. The winner gets to challenge another person in the circle.

We have noticed that we are getting faster at recalling our basic facts.

Our next step is to have a practice at home with dice or on mathletics.





Maths

Today in maths we finished our fraction ice creams.

We are learning to:
- Identify symbols for fractions.
- Say the names of fractions correctly.
- Find fractions of groups.
- Show the CARE value Excellence in our work presentation. 

Our next steps are to:
- Apply this knowledge to find fractions of larger groups of objects.
- Improve our work presentation. 


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We are learning to play the recorder.
We can do this when we can play in time and play the correct notes.
Our next step is to practice and learn new songs.
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