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Room 2 Home Learning Term 4


Week 5, Term 4, 2021

-Now that we are back on site, please see the Team Kakano page for daily learning activities-

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?

 


Room 2 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

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

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.

Week 4, Term 4, 2021

Friday 12th November 2021

Text of the Day

Tom is Brave

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Tom is Brave and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Tom is Brave, 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.

  • Where was Tom going when he had his accident?

  • What is your favorite thing to buy at the dairy?

  • How do you think Mum felt when she saw Tom’s injuries?

  • How did Mum make Tom feel better?

  • How does your Mum make you feel better if you hurt yourself?

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

Think about a time when you or one of your friends had an accident. What happened? Who helped you? How did you feel? Tell someone in your bubble about it.

Written Language

Draw a picture of a time when you or someone close to you had an accident. Label your picture and write some sentences to retell what happened. See if you can use some words like- me, my, Mum, make or made.


Maths - Hundreds Board Activities

I have covered up some numbers on the hundreds board. Can you work out what the missing numbers are? Try counting all the numbers from 1 to 100 and say the missing numbers really loud!


Maths Word Problems

  • Tom bought 5 things from the dairy for Mum. On the way home he accidentally dropped 2 items. How many are left in his Kete?

  • Tom bought 2 red lollipops and 5 green lollipops with his change. How many lollipops did he buy altogether?

  • Tom saw 3 red motorbikes and 4 yellow motorbikes on the way home. How many motorbikes did he see altogether?

  • Tom had 2 kete. He put three pieces of shopping in each one. How many items did he have altogether?

  • Tom counted the pavers on the way to the dairy. He got up to number 34 and couldn’t remember what the next number should be. Can you tell him what it is? 

Extra Activities-





Thursday 11th November 2021

Text of the Day

Lizard Loses His Tail

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Lizard Loses His Tail and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Lizard Loses His Tail, 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.

  • Do you think it hurt when Lizards tail fell off? Why do you think that?

  • How do you think Kingfisher felt when he couldn’t catch Lizard?

  • What are two things that you learnt about Lizards?

  • What other creatures do you think Kingfisher could eat?

  • How long do you think it will take for Lizards tail to grow back?

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 Lizard and what happened to him in the story. Do you know any other creatures that can grow body parts back if they fall off?

Written Language

Draw a picture of Lizard and write some sentences to retell the story.


Maths - Hundreds Board Activities

I have covered up some numbers on the hundreds board. Can you work out what the missing numbers are? Try counting all the numbers from 1 to 100 and say the missing numbers really loud!


Maths Word Problems

  • Lizard ate two flies and seven ants for breakfast. How many insects did he eat altogether?

  • Kingfisher ate two mice and a worm for breakfast. How many things did he eat altogether?

  • There were 8 lizards on a big rock in the garden. Along came Kingfisher and caught 2 of them. How many lizards were left?

  • Mrs Kingfisher laid 6 eggs, but only 4 of them hatched into baby kingfishers. How many eggs are left?

  • Mrs Lizard had 10 baby lizards, but a kingfisher caught 3 of them. How many baby lizards are left?


Extra Activities-

* Remember to stop at 11 O'clock and have a minutes silence for Remembrance Day
* Today is the last day to get some more points towards the pizza prize, so send in your photos of your home learning, good luck all who are in the draw!


Wednesday 10th November 2021

Text of the Day

Brave Father Mouse

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Brave Father Mouse and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Brave Father Mouse, 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 did Father Mouse leave the mouse hole?

  • Why did Mother Mouse have to stay at home?

  • How many baby mice do you think were in the family?

  • Father Mouse found some bread to eat. What else do you think he could eat if there was no bread in the kitchen?

  • What would you do if you found a mouse in your kitchen?!

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 whanau about the story. Why do you think father mouse was brave? What did he do in the story that was kind? What did he do that was dangerous?

Written Language

Draw a picture of your favorite part of the story and write some sentences about your picture.


Maths - Hundreds Board Activities

I have covered up some numbers on the hundreds board. Can you work out what the missing numbers are? Try counting all the numbers from 1 to 100 and say the missing numbers really loud!


Maths Word Problems

  • There were 8 baby mice in the nest and 2 of them went for a walk. How many were left in the nest?

  • There were 8 baby mice in the nest, 5 were boys, how many were girls?

  • Father Mouse found three pieces of bread and two pieces of cheese. How many pieces of food did he find altogether?

  • There were 9 mice living in the mouse hole, then 4 more mice moved in. How many mice altogether?

  • Father Mouse and Mother Mouse ate 3 pieces of bread each. How many pieces did they eat altogether?

Extra Activities-

Tomorrow is Remembrance Day where we commemorate the end of World War One and remember all of those who have served  or still are serving their country in the armed forces. Watch this short video about Remembrance Day.

Tuesday 9th  November 2021

Text of the Day

Balloons Go Pop!

Watch the video of Ms Russell reading Balloons Go Pop! and follow with your pointing finger as we read together.


Comprehension Questions

After reading Balloons Go Pop!, 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.

  • Where did Nick and her family get the balloons from?

  • What colour balloon did Nick have?

  • What colour balloon did Kate have?

  • Who’s balloon went Pop! First?

  • Why do you think James held his balloon so close as they walked home?

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

I love playing with balloons, there are so many different games you can do with them! Talk to someone in your bubble about a balloon game that you could play 

Written Language

Draw a picture of yourself playing with a balloon. Write some sentences about your game.

What colour is your balloon? What game could you play with your balloon? 

See if you can use some words like- me, my, Mum, make or made.


Maths - Hundreds Board Activities

I have covered up some numbers on the hundreds board. Can you work out what the missing numbers are? Try counting all the numbers from 1 to 100 and say the missing numbers really loud!


Maths Word Problems

  • Ms Russell had a packet of 20 balloons. She gave one to every child who came to school on the first day back. If 7 children came to school, how many balloons would Ms Russell have left?

  • Ms Russell had a packet of 20 balloons. She gave one to every child who came to school on the first day back. If 11 children came to school, how many balloons would Ms Russell have left?

  • Ms Russell had a packet of 20 balloons. She gave one to every child who came to school on the first day back. If 9 children came to school, how many balloons would Ms Russell have left?

  • Ms Russell had a packet of 20 balloons. She gave one to every child who came to school on the first day back. If 17 children came to school, how many balloons would Ms Russell have left?

  • Ms Russell had a packet of 20 balloons. She gave one to every child who came to school on the first day back. If 20 children came to school, how many balloons would Ms Russell have left?

Extra Activities-

Read this story by Mrs Devi

 Congratulations to Samantha for receiving the Week 3 Learner of the Week KFC prize! This week we have a Family Pizza prize pack up for grabs! 


Thank you to those families who returned their learning packs for marking, I have really enjoyed looking through them over the weekend. 

Thank you also to all of the families sending in photos of their home learning. It makes my day brighter every time I see your lovely faces and it also gets you an extra entry into our learner of the week prize!


Room 2 FBS Online Learning Schedule

Term Four, Week Three, 2021, Monday 08/11/21-Friday 12/11/21

Letters of the Week

Handwriting Formation

Poem of the Week

High Frequency Words