Thursday Week 2 Term 1 – 6th February

Shared reading – our readers

Role modeled reading our readers and some strategies to use.

we then practiced these strategies with our friends.

 

Catholic identity – Prayer

 

 

Maths mini lesson

Our math focus at the moment is;

Foundation: MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY- Connect days of the week to familiar events and actions (ACMMG008)

Year 1: MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY – Describe duration using months, weeks, days and hours (ACMMG021)

We have started our exploration on days of the week. Today we focused on reading and recognising days of the week in order from Sunday to Saturday.

Investigative play

‘Children learn as they play. Most importantly in play children learn how to learn.’

‘Play is the highest form of research.’

‘Stand aside for a while and leave room for learning, observe carefully what children do, and then, if you have understood well, perhaps teaching will be different from before.’ Loris Malaguzzi.

Connor – “im making a swimming pool and slide” (with lego)

Chloe “mine is a house with steps to go up”

Alex, Jason and Zachary were busy sketching.

These three boys used fantastic collaboration and teamwork…

Inquiry project

“We are all researchers”

Children will be involved in an inquiry project with a beginning provocation inspired by the sun. Teachers will work alongside the children on their collaborative project.

Project inquiry Work will encourage children to be self-motivated and persistent * Curious and Creative* Responsive and Resilient* Collaborative* Are Independent thinkers* Solve problems and Imagine * Are Adventurous* Become responsible citizens

We are excited to see where the children will lead us with this learning.

Provocation – What do you know about the sun?

  • Enrique “the sun is in space”
  • Mikayla – “The sun makes people hot”
  • Richard – “It has hot lava volcanoes on it”
  • Shane – “I know the sun is a big ball of fire and the rays are invisible”
  • Monique – “The sun ios too bright”
  • Nickolas – “The sun is too hot”
  • Oliver – “It can be hot and sunny and make you hot and sweaty”
  • Alana – “its bright and sunny”
  • Naomi – “its bright and hot”

 

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