Come Read with Me
We shared our library books together before we returned them to the library.
At home tip: You can read for 20 minutes with your library books or the books you have at home. You can read to you or a sibling, you can even read to your favourite teddy! Remember to use the pictures to help tell the story and to look for words and letters that you know.
Literacy Learning Experiences
We explored our Literacy Learning Experiences.
At home tip; Have a look at our blog from Monday to see our literacy focuses for this week and to see ideas of how you can access this learning at home: http://blogs.holyfamily.catholic.edu.au/r1gtr1ma2020/2020/03/23/monday-23rd-march-2020/
We explored Numbers during Numeracy. We focused on subitising numbers.
At home tip; Have a look at our blog from Monday to see our numeracy focuses for this week and to see ideas of how you can access this learning at home: http://blogs.holyfamily.catholic.edu.au/r1gtr1ma2020/2020/03/23/monday-23rd-march-2020/
Here are some resources you can download and print and use at home for Numeracy.
If you don’t have any dice at home, you can access a “virtual dice” at this website…
With the virtual dice you can practice writing the number that you roll. Alternatively, you can roll the dice twice and add the numbers together in a number sentence.
At home tip; This is a time for you to explore your interests through play. Think about what you can use at home. If mum lets you, you could even do some cooking or help out with other things we do around the house. Remember that no matter what were doing we are always learning. You could use Lego to make and build. You could draw pictures. You could even teach a sibling or your favourite teddy something new! What are your ideas for Investigations at home?
We went to the Library to change our reading books.
After Library we read our books from our Choice Reading boxes and our library bags.
At home tip; You can do “book introductions” with your child. Find a new book from home that they haven’t read in a while. Before reading look at the pictures and ask what they think might be happening in the story – can they tell the story from looking at the pictures? Then read the book together and see what really happens!
Remember to have heaps of conversation together – our oral language is so important!
(We miss you if you’re not here!)