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Team Kakano Online Learning Activities

Week 7, Term 4, 2021

Thursday 2nd December 2021

Text of the Day

We Play Rugby

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading We Play Rugby and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.



Comprehension Questions

After reading We Play Rugby, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What are three of the rugby skills that the children practiced in their game?

  • What colour were the uniforms of each team?

  • Who do you think the people watching from the sideline were?

  • What day of the week do you think it was in this story? Why do you think that?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.


Oral Language

What is your favorite sport? What skills do you need to play that sport? Who would you play it with? Tell a person in your bubble all about it.

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a picture of you playing your favorite sport and write some sentences about it. What skill are you doing in the picture?

Maths Word Problems

 Have a look at this Christmas tree and see if you can write some sentences about it. Think about what you can see. What colours do you see? How many baubles are there? Are all the baubles the same? What is different about the baubles? Which type of bauble has the most or least amount? Can you see any patterns? What shapes can you see? What else do you notice about the Christmas tree?


Extra Activities-

In class we have made some Christmas decorations. We have put them on our Christmas tree. Think about how you could make some Christmas decorations using some things that are already in your house. Send your ideas to your teacher and we might try them in class!

Wednesday 1st December 2021

Text of the Day

Greedy Cat is Hungry

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Greedy Cat is Hungry and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.




Comprehension Questions

After reading Greedy Cat is Hungry, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What does Greedy Cat like to eat?

  • Who lives in Greedy Cat's house with him?

  • What did Greedy Cat do that was naughty?

  • What did Katie feed to Greedy Cat?

  • What are some rhyming words that you can hear in the story?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.


Oral Language

What did you learn about Greedy Cat and his family in this book? Tell someone in your bubble 5 things that you learnt about Greedy Cat and his family.

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a picture of Greedy Cat and then write some sentences about him and his family. Who does greedy cat live with? What does he like to do? What does he look like? 

Maths Word Problems

Today is the first day of December and we can now put up our Christmas trees. Have a look at this Christmas tree and see if you can write some sentences about it. Think about what you can see. What colours do you see? How many baubles are there? Are all the baubles the same? What is different about the baubles? Which type of bauble has the most or least amount? Can you see any patterns? What shapes can you see? What else do you notice about the Christmas tree?

Extra Activities-

It is the first day of December today! Time to put up our Christmas tree. Draw a picture of your dream christmas tree and some decorations to make it look special. Share a photo of your tree for your teacher to print out and display in class.

Tuesday 30th November 2021

Text of the Day

The Big Box

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading The Big Box and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.



Comprehension Questions

After reading The Big Box, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What was the first clue in the treasure hunt?

  • Which colour box did you like the best?

  • What colour was the box with the puppies in?

  • What are three things that you need to do to look after a puppy?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.


Oral Language

Pretend that you are having a treasure hunt with your family, what clues would you use? What would the prize be at the end? Talk to someone in your bubble about what you would do.

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a clue for your treasure hunt and write some sentences about it. 


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 


Ms Russell has a new Christmas tree. She put 20 baubles on it and then the rabbits knocked 8 of them off. How many baubles are still on the tree?


Ms Russell has a new Christmas tree. She put 20 baubles on it and then the rabbits knocked 19 of them off. How many baubles are still on the tree?


Ms Russell has a new Christmas tree. She put 20 baubles on it and then the rabbits knocked 6 of them off. How many baubles are still on the tree?


Ms Russell has a new Christmas tree. She put 20 baubles on it and then the rabbits knocked 12 of them off. How many baubles are still on the tree?


Ms Russell has a new Christmas tree. She put 20 baubles on it and then the rabbits knocked 2 of them off. How many baubles are still on the tree?



Extra Activities-

Today is the last day of November. Make a list of all the good things that have happened this month. We were able to go back to school, the shops have opened again, what are some other good things that have happened this month?

Letter of the Week- Uu


Poem of the Week- I go up



Monday 29th November 2021

Text of the Day

A Busy Week

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading A Busy Week and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.



Comprehension Questions

After reading A Busy Week, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • Why do you think the boy went to stay with his Nana and Grandpa?

  • What was the first thing that he did when he arrived?

  • How did the boy help Grandpa?

  • What is one of the things the boy did with Nana?

  • Who came to pick the boy at the end of the week?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.



Oral Language

Talk to someone in your bubble about a family member that you would like to go and stay with for a week. Who would you go and stay with? How would you get there? What would you do together? What could you do to help your hosts? Who would pick you up when it is time to go home?

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a picture of you and your family doing something during your own busy week. Write some sentences about your picture and send a photo to your teacher.

Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

  •  On Tuesday Jack planted 13 carrots and Grandpa planted 14. How many did they plant altogether?

  •  On Wednesday Jack planted 9 carrots and Grandpa planted 12. How many did they plant altogether?

  •  On Thursday Jack planted 10 carrots and Grandpa planted 11. How many did they plant altogether?

  •  On Friday Jack planted 8 carrots and Grandpa planted 7. How many did they plant altogether?

  •  On Saturday Jack planted 23 carrots and Grandpa planted 14. How many did they plant altogether?


Extra Activities-

Draw a picture of something fun that you did on the weekend and label everything in your picture.

 

Week 6, Term 4, 2021

Friday 26th November 2021

Text of the Day

A Birthday Cake for Ben

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading A Birthday Cake for Ben and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.



Comprehension Questions

After reading A Birthday Cake for Ben, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What was written in the card that Dad sent Ben?

  • How old was Ben turning?

  • Why do you think Mum made the cake after Ben was in Bed?

  • If you were going to Ben’s Birthday party, what would you take him as a present?

  • Who would you invite if you were going to have a birthday party?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.



Oral Language

Pretend that it is going to be your birthday soon and your Mum or Dad are going to make you a cake. What sort of cake would you like? Tell someone in your bubble all about it.

Written Language

In your writing book, draw your dream birthday cake and write some sentences about your creation.


Here is Ms Russell’s writing.


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

  • There were 20 candles on my cake and I blew out 9. How many candles are still lit?

  • There were 20 candles on my cake and I blew out 11. How many candles are still lit?

  • There were 20 candles on my cake and I blew out 3. How many candles are still lit?

  • There were 20 candles on my cake and I blew out 18. How many candles are still lit?

  • There were 20 candles on my cake and I blew out 5. How many candles are still lit?

Extra Activities-

Finish off your home learning pack and get ready to swap it for a new one on Monday. Remember, one lucky learner will get that Golden ticket!



Thursday 25th November 2021

Text of the Day

Ben’s Treasure Hunt

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Ben’s Treasure Hunt and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.



Comprehension Questions

After reading Ben’s Treasure Hunt, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What did Ben find at the end of the treasure hunt?

  • Which clue was on the swing?

  • Why do you think Ben’s Mum made him a treasure hunt?

  • What would you like to recieve if you were doing a treasure hunt?

  • Which clue did you like the best? 

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.


Oral Language

Ask an adult or a sibling to help you make a treasure hunt for someone in your family. Talk about what the clues will be and what the prize will be!

Written Language

In your writing book, draw one of your clues. Then write some clues for someone in your family to follow


Here is Ms Russell’s writing.


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

  • Mrs Mafileo made 36 muffins on Wednesday. She put them on trays in the oven. She had three trays, how many muffins would she put on each tray?

  • There were 12 learners in class yesterday and 36 muffins. How many muffins did they get each?

  • There were 12 eggs in the egg box and Mrs Mafileo used 2. How many are left?

  • There were 36 muffins, how many more to make 40?


Extra Activities-

Ask an adult to help you make Mrs Mafileo’s recipe. You can make it as a cake or muffins. (cook for less time if you are making muffins).


Wednesday 24th November 2021

Text of the Day

Ben’s Teddy Bear

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Ben’s Teddy Bear and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.




Comprehension Questions

After reading Ben’s Teddy Bear, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What colour is Ben’s Teddy Bear?

  • Where was Teddy hiding? 

  • How do you think Teddy got there?

  • What can Ben do to make sure he does not misplace his Teddy again?

  • What is your favourite soft toy to sleep with?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.



Oral Language

Talk to someone special in your bubble about your favorite toy. Tell them why you love that toy so much and what you like to do with them.

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a picture of your favorite toy and write some sentences about it. 


Here is Ms Russell’s writing.


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

  • Ben had 10 toys in his bed and 2 fell out. How many toys left?

  • Ben had 20 toys and he decided to give 8 to his little cousin. How many does he have left?

  • Ben had 8 toys and his grandma gave him 3 more for his birthday. How many does he have now?

  • Ben had 3 toys in his bed and 22 toys in his toy box. How many toys does he have altogether?

Extra Activities-

Draw a picture of your favorite soft toy and label all of its parts. 

Does it have any of these features?

  • Eyes

  • Ears

  • Nose

  • Tail

  • Legs 

  • Arms

  • Paws

  • Fur

  • hair

Tuesday 23rd November 2021

Text of the Day

Where is Hannah?

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Where is Hannah? and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Where is Hannah?, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What did Hannah do at the children’s gym first?

  • Who did Hannah go to the Gym with?

  • What did you like best at the gym?

  • What was Mum doing while Hannah was going up the ladder?

  • How do you think Mum felt when she couldn’t find Hannah?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.


Oral Language

Talk to someone at your house about the story that we read. If you went to a children’s gym, what would you like to play on?

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a picture of you at the children’s gym on your favorite piece of equipment and write some sentences about it. 


Here is Ms Russell’s writing.


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

  • There were 3 boys on the ladders and 5 girls on the mats. How many children at the gym altogether?

  • The small ladder had 5 rungs and the big ladder had 8. How many more did the big one have than the little one?

  • There were 3 teachers and 8 children at the gym. How many people altogether?

  • There were 5 notices on the board and 3 fell off. How many notices left?

  • Hannah went to the gym at 4 O’clock and left 1 hour later. What time did she leave?


Extra Activities-

Write a letter to your teacher 

Team Kakano FBS Online Learning Schedule

Term Four, Week Six, 2021, Monday 22/11/21-Friday 26/11/21

Letters of the Week

Handwriting Formation

Poem of the Week

High Frequency Words

Books of the Week

Special Events

w/W

Sloping stick down, sloping stick up, sloping stick down, sloping stick up

We will

We

Went

Were

What

Will

who

-Pirate Sam

-Where is Hannah?

-Ben’s Teddy Bear

-Ben’s Treasure Hunt

-A Birthday Cake for Ben



Monday 22nd November 2021

Text of the Day

Pirate Sam

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Pirate Sam and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.



Comprehension Questions

After reading Pirate Sam, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What are three things that a pirate might have?

  • What did Pirate Sam see on the map?

  • How did Bird try to stop Pirate Sam?

  • What do you think Pirate Sam expected to see in the box?

  • What was different about the log?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.



Oral Language

Pirate Sam spent his weekend looking for treasure. What did you do on the weekend? Did you go somewhere exciting, or did you help someone at home? Talk to your family about three things you did on the weekend and one thing that you would like to do next weekend!

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a picture of something that you did on the weekend and write some sentences about it. Don’t forget to write your name, miss lines, start your sentences with a capital letter and end them with a full stop.


Here is Ms Russell’s writing.


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

  • Pirate Sam found a box of spiders. There were 20 spiders in the box and 5 got out. How many spiders are left?

  • There were 8 crabs on the beach and a big wave washed 5 of them away. How many are left?

  • Pirate Sam climbed up 15 steps and stopped for a rest. How many more steps does he need to go up if there are 17 steps altogether?

  • There were 19 fish in the sea and the sharks ate 7. How many fish are left?

  • There were 9 crabs on the beach and another 5 came along. How many crabs are on the beach now?


Extra Activities-

Pretend that you are going to the beach. Draw a picture of what you might see there and share a photo of your picture with your teacher.

Week 5, Term 4, 2021

Friday 19th November 2021

Text of the Day

Honey For Baby Bear

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Honey For Baby Bear and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Honey For Baby Bear, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

·       Who makes honey?

·       Who likes honey?

·       Why Baby Bear went into the forest?

·       Why Baby Bear could not get home?

·       Was baby Bear silly to climb the tree and why?

·       How do you think Baby Bear was feeling when he got home with Father Bear?


Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. 

Oral Language

Talk to an adult or a family member about Honey:

 

·       Is honey good for me?

·       How do Bees make honey? (see the reading and discuss with your family).

Written Language

Draw a picture what you would like to eat for breakfast. Label your picture and then write some sentences about it.

 

 

 

 






Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it.

·       There are 8 honey toasts on the table for breakfast and Mum ate 3. How many honey toasts are left?

·       There are 10 honey cupcakes on the table. Mum ate a total of 3 cupcakes. Dad ate 2 cupcakes. How many cupcakes are left on the table for you?

·       Mum has 5 bottles of honey, Rose has 7 bottles of honey and Billy has 4 bottles of honey. How many bottles of honey do they have altogether?

·       There are 9 Bees near the tree. 3 bees fly away to collect some pollen. How many bees are left near the tree?


Extra Activities-

Match words that rhyme.                                                        

                                                       








Thursday 18th November 2021

Text of the Day

Baby Bear Goes Fishing

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Baby Bear Goes Fishing and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Baby Bear Goes Fishing see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

·       Who decides to go fishing in this story?

·       How do you know Mother Bear is very worried? Give some reasons why she would be worried?

·       How are the two Bears fishing?

·       Why in the picture is Baby Bear still fishing but Father Bear has stopped?

·       Why is Baby Bear excited and how might Father Bear be feeling?

·       What do you think they are going to do with the fish and how do you know this?


Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. 

Oral Language

Talk to an adult or a family member about something that you like to do outdoors together.

·       You can tell a story of something you did to help your dad/mum or your sibling.

Written Language

Draw a picture of fish for you and your family in your writing book and write some sentences about it. 

·       Remember to miss lines 

·       Start your sentences with a capital letter 

·       Finish your sentences with a full stop.



Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it.

  • Father Bear went fishing. He caught 10 fish and gave away 5 fish to his Aunty. How many fish does he have left to take home to his family?

  • Father Bear went fishing. He caught 10 fish and gave away 7 fish to the shop owner. How many fish does he have left to take home to his family?

  • Baby Bear went fishing. He caught 8 fish and gave away 2 fish to mum to cook. How many fish does he have left for next day?

  • Father Bear gave his Aunty 5 fish and took home 5 fish. How many did he catch altogether?


Extra Activities-

Practice your doubles for maths

1+1=   2+2=   3+3=   4+4=   5+5=   6+6=   7+7=   8+8=   9+9=   10+10 =

Wednesday 17th November 2021

Text of the Day

Little Bird and the Bath

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Little Bird and the Bath and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Little Bird and the Bath, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

 

·       What is the story is about?

·       How do you think Little Bird felt when he looked at the bath first and why do you think that?

·       How many Birds can you see in this story?

·       What was the reason for the little bird to fly out of the bath?

·       How was the bird feeling at the end of the story and why?


Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. 


Oral Language

Talk to your family about birds and what happened to Big Bird in the story. What would you and your family do to welcome birds in your surroundings?

Written Language

Draw a picture of birds on a bird bath. Write a few sentences about your picture. What colour are your birds? How many birds are there in your picture?

 

Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

 

·       There were 5 bird baths and they each had 2 birds in. How many birds altogether?

·       The tickets for the little bird and the bath show cost $3 each. How much did it cost for 4 people to watch the show?

·       Mum bought a bird bath for $10. If she paid with a $20 note, how much change would she get?

·       There were 12 birds in the bath. 8 of them flew away. How many were left?


Extra Activities-

How To Make Your Own Bubble Blowing Mixture at home.

Tuesday 16th November 2021

Text of the Day

Little Chimp

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Little Chimp and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Little Chimp, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What is a chimp?

  • Where do you think chimps like to live?

  • True or false- Chimps can sleep in trees.

  • Why was Little Chimp scared when he woke up?

  • Why did Mother Chimp go back to Little Chimp?

  • Where do you think the chimps will go next?


Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. 

Oral Language

Mother Chimp looked after Little Chimp by coming to help him when he called her. How does your Mum help you? What does she do for you every day? How does she show you that she loves you?

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a picture of your Mum doing something kind for you. 

Write some sentences underneath.


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it.

  • Mother Chimp ate 5 leaves and Baby Chimp ate 7 leaves. How many leaves did they eat altogether?

  • Mother Chimp ate 15 leaves and Baby Chimp ate 7 leaves. How many leaves did they eat altogether?

  • Mother Chimp ate 25 leaves and Baby Chimp ate 7 leaves. How many leaves did they eat altogether?

  • Mother Chimp ate 35 leaves and Baby Chimp ate 7 leaves. How many leaves did they eat altogether?

  • Mother Chimp ate 45 leaves and Baby Chimp ate 7 leaves. How many leaves did they eat altogether?


Extra Activities-

Tomorrow some learners will be returning to school at FBS. Draw a picture of what you would like to play with the most when you return!

Monday 15th November 2021

Text of the Day

Bananas are Best

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Bananas are Best and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.



Comprehension Questions

After reading Bananas are Best, see if you can answer these questions. You do not have to write the answers, you can just talk to an adult or a sibling about them.

  • What is your favorite fruit?

  • The boy bought a lot of bananas. Can you think of three different things you could make with bananas?

  • What fruit did Mum put in the trolley?

  • Dad had two favorite fruits, can you remember what they are?

  • They bought too many bananas for three people to eat. Who could they give some bananas to so that they don’t get wasted?

Handwriting

Look at the handwriting in the modeling book and copy into your own book. 

Remember to focus on putting your letters on the lines correctly, doing your finger spaces and forming your letters correctly. Try and write your first name and your last name too.


Oral Language

Pretend you are going shopping with your family. Walk around your house and ask each person in your bubble which fruit they would like to put in the trolley. Draw a picture of each fruit and then look at your picture- what did you learn? What fruit did the most people like? Did anyone choose the same fruit as you?

Written Language

In your writing book, draw a trolley and fill it up with your favorite fruits. Write some sentences about what is in your trolley. Ask an adult to take a photo of your work and send it to your teacher.


Here is Ms Russell’s writing.


Maths Word Problems

In your scrap book, draw a picture to help you solve each of these number stories and then write the problem and solution underneath it. 

  • Dad bought five bags of oranges. Each bag had 12 oranges in. How many oranges did dad buy altogether? 

  • Dad and the boy had 1 trolley each. They put 4 bags of fruit in each trolley. How many bags of fruit altogether?

Extra Activities-

Think about your weekend. Draw a picture of something that you did on the weekend and send a photo of your drawing to your teacher.


Team Kakano FBS Online Learning Schedule

Term Four, Week Five, 2021, Monday 15/11/21-Friday 19/11/21

Letters of the Week

Handwriting Formation

Poem of the Week

High Frequency Words

Special Events

v

Sloping stick down, sloping stick up

The Vulture eats

very 

  • Return to class on Wednesday 17th