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Weekly Timetable – Term 2 – Week 2

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Mathematics - Addition and Money Number Sense: our number today is 32. Draw and write everything you know about 32 (you can use any operation you like). Complete the following math mental questions in a workbook or on a piece of blank paper. 1. Sam had \$10.00, he did chores around the house and got an extra \$2.00 pocket money. How much does Sam have now? 2. Skip count by 2s to 30. 3. 7 + _ = 32 4.12 – 5 = 5. Draw the time right now as both analog and digital clocks.

Activity

There are 100 cents in 1 dollar. 100c = \$1.00

Draw the amount of money below using notes and/or coins.

\$10.00, \$8.10, \$15.50, \$23.15, \$15.60

How many ways can you make \$10? E.g. \$5, \$2.50 and \$2.50.

Mathematics - Addition and Money Number Sense: our number today is 33. Draw and write everything you know about 33 (you can use any operation you like). Complete the following math mental questions in a workbook or on a piece of blank paper. 1. Molly had 10 jellybeans, she wanted to share them between her 3 friends. Can she share them all out equally? Explain why or why not. 2. Skip count by 3s to 30. 3. 40 + 6 = 4. 27 - _ = 20 5. Draw the time right now as both analog and digital clocks.

Activity

Complete the worksheet ‘Equivalence with coins’.

Challenge – I had \$7.50 and I got \$7.50 more. How much do I have now?

Mathematics - Addition and Money Number Sense: our number today is 34. Draw and write everything you know about 34 (you can use any operation you like). Complete the following math mental questions in a workbook or on a piece of blank paper. 1. Write 27 – 12 as a worded question. 2. Skip count by 5s to 50. 3. 12 + 9 = 4. 32 – 20 = 5. Draw the time right now as both analog and digital clocks.

Activity

Brainstorm all the coins and notes you know. Draw them from the coin with the smallest value to the note with the highest value.

Don’t forget to colour in the notes.

Challenge

Find as much lose change as you can in your house. Count it up and see how much is there. Remember to return it to where you found it.

Mathematics - Addition and Money Number Sense: our number today is 35. Draw and write everything you know about 35 (you can use any operation you like). Complete the following math mental questions in a workbook or on a piece of blank paper. 1. Find the missing numbers 3, 13, _, 33, _, 53. What is the rule? 2. Count backwards by 10s from 100. 3. 25 + 12 = 4. 15 – 8 = 5. Draw the time right now as both analog and digital clocks.

Activity

Complete the worksheet ‘Shopping with money’

Challenge – Each week I get \$3.50 for doing my chores. How much will I have after 5 weeks?

Draw it.

Challenge

Each week I get \$3.50 for doing my chores. How much

Mathematics - Addition and Money MENTAL FREE DAY!

Activity

Complete the worksheet ‘Takeaway Time!

Challenge

Create your own menu and give family only \$20 of play or monopoly money to choose what they want.

Challenge

Draw all the coins and notes we have in Australia. How many are they?

will I have after 5 weeks? Draw it.

Break Break Break Break Break

English

Spelling – See attached spelling list for activities.

Reading - Read a book you have at home and answer the following questions: - What does the character taste? - What does the character smell? - What does the character hear? - What pictures have you had in your mind while reading? Challenge- Choose your favourite page from the above book and draw a new illustration for it.

Writing - Stretch It Out (Appendix)

Step 1: Grab your toothbrush and toothpaste.

English

Spelling – See attached spelling list for activities.

Reading - Read a book you have at home and answer the following questions: Before reading: - What characters do you think will be in the text? - Where do you think the story will take place? During reading: - What do you think will happen next? - What words do you think will be next? Challenge- Draw a new book cover for the above book.

Writing – Text Structure Procedure texts inform how to do or make something through a series of steps. These include: recipes, instructions, directions and rules

Writing a Procedure Title: This is a clear statement about what you are going to do or make.

English

Spelling – See attached spelling list for activities.

Reading - Read a book you have at home and answer the following questions: - How did the character feel in the story and why? - How do you feel about what is happening in the text? - Who is this about? - Who is telling the story? Challenge- Write an alternate ending to the above book.

Writing -Language Practice

Procedure texts use clear and direct language. They use words related to the topic. Examples of the language you might find in procedures:

- Common nouns - Action verbs - ‘ly’ adverbs - Adverbial phrases

English

Spelling – See attached spelling list for activities.

Reading - Read a book you have at home and answer the following questions: - Is this story similar to one that you already know? Write about it. - How is this similar to your life? - How is this story different to your life? - Is this character like another character you know? Challenge- Write a book review about the above book.

Writing – Procedure Language Choose a topic that interests you from the Procedure Text Topic Cards (APPENDIX). In your workbook, write a list of verbs (doing words) that might be included in a procedure text written on this topic. If you can, try to write an adverb (a word which describes a verb) to accompany each verb you have listed.

English

Spelling – See attached spelling list for activities.

Reading - Read a book you have at home and answer the following questions: - What was the text about? - Who was in the story? - Were you surprised by the ending? Why? Why not? - Did you enjoy the piece? Why? Why Not? Challenge- Write about your favourite character from the above book and why.

Writing – Write your own ‘How to’ (APPENDIX) Once you have an idea of what you would like to teach others, start writing! You can go back and keep adding details to each of your ‘how to’ papers throughout the unit. At the end of the unit, choose one to publish and share with your class.

Step 2: Put some toothpaste on your toothbrush.

Read theThis writing activity will allow you to practice taking an individual step and adding more details!

Handwriting Booklet – complete 1 page

Phonics Workbook – complete 1 page

Materials/Ingredients: This is a list of items that you will need to complete the task. Method: This is a series of ordered steps explaining how to complete the task. (Examples on following pages).

Activity: Unjumble the procedure text, How to Wash Your Hands.

Remember to look for:

- The title - The materials - The method

Grammar Booklet – complete 1 page

(See Appendix for Procedure Text Language – Example).

Activity: The series of steps below has been taken from a procedure text called How to Build a Snowman.

By copying this in your work book, identify the action verbs (doing words).

Handwriting Booklet – complete 1 page

Phonics Workbook – complete 1 page

Grammar Booklet – complete 1 page

Editing Booklet – complete 1 passage

Comprehension Booklet – complete Helpful Heroes

Break Break Break Break Break Visual Arts Mother’s Day Card Create a handmade card for your mother or someone special. Use whatever materials you have at home. Ideas are included in the appendix.

Music See APPENDIX

Library

Science What materials work best for a parachute? See APPENDIX.

PDHPE - Watch the link on attached page. Follow the instructions on how to perform a static balance correctly. Try playing scare crows or statues.

Appendix

Monday – Procedure Writing

Tuesday – Procedure Writing

Wednesday – Procedure Writing

Wednesday – Procedure Writing

Thursday – Procedure Writing

Science - Thursday

What materials work best for a parachute?

Challenge to see what material works best for a parachute.

Challenge to see what material works best for a parachute.

Gather your supplies. Using an A4 sheet as a template cut an A4 sized parachute out of each of the materials. Attach parachute to lego man/toy using the string. Test by dropping from a height to see how quickly the lego man falls to the ground. Retest using different parachute material. Which material worked best?

Extension

Was the A4 rectangle shape the best shape for a parachute? Try using different shaped parachutes, e.g. circle, triangle, square.

Materials Tissue Paper

Plastic bag Foil

Cotton material Newspaper Coffee filter

String

Masking tape Toy- lego man etc

stopwatch

mU

MUSIC CHOICE BOARD (Week 2 choose one activity from Listening;

Week 3 choose one activity from Creating;

Week 4 choose one activity from Moving)

Journal questions - Which music activity did you do? Did you find it easy or hard? What

about the activity did you enjoy?

Online students- submit your journal entries each week to ‘Support classes music’ in

Offline students- submit a paper copy when at school.

Listening Creating Moving

Practice singing a song using

silly voices (monster voice,

queen voice, whisper voice, etc)

Discover how many items you

own that can make a rhythmic

sound. Play rhythms using

those objects.

Play body percussion along to

Use found sounds (keys, drums,

paper, pencils) to drum along

with the rhythm to a song.

Make up your own song and

Sing your favourite song to a

family member

Watch a musical (a movie or TV

program with lots of singing in

it!)

Have someone read you a story.

voice and household items.

Try to a fast song. Now, try to

find a slow song. You can

dance fast and slow along with

VISUAL ARTS IDEAS

PD/H/PE – Static Balance