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Team Tupu Online Learning

Team Tupu Online Learning

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Rapare 2 Hakihea 2021

Thursday 2 December 2021

Online: Ms Heather and Mrs Lologa

Lesson: 

 

Karakia- 30sec

Sharing Children’s Work - 2 min

Whakatauki - 1min

Story 10 min

Follow up questions - 2 min

Maths Revision - 20min

Kahoot - 5 min

Karakia- 30 sec

 

 

 

 

Karakia 

 

Sharing of Children’s Work- 

 

 

 

 

Whakataukī Today- what does this mean to you?



 

 

 

 

 

Story Reading to

Before reading- How do you treat others?  How do you like to be treated?


After reading: 

Discuss the following extract from the story

 

What does inherently tethered mean?


Read on and make a prediction what you think this chunk means?



What was happening to Whaitere’s world?


Why do you think this was happening?



What is the moral of the story?





Maths


Warm up


0.8 + 0.8 =

8 + 8 =

80 + 80 =

800 + 800 =

8, 000 + 8, 000 =

800 , 000 + 800, 000 = 

8, 000, 000 + 8, 000, 000 =

80 mil + 80 mil =


Family of Facts -Mult Div



9 x 5 = 

5 x  9 = 

54➗ 9  = 

54 ➗ 5 =

4 x 3 =

3 x 4 =

12 ➗4 =

12 ➗ 3 =

2 x 8 =

8 x 2 =

16 ➗ 8 =

16 ➗ 2 = 

8 x 4 =

4 x 8 =

32 ➗ 8 =

32 ➗ 4 =

3 x 6 = 

6 x 3 = 

18 ➗ 6 =

18 ➗ 3 =

7 x 8 =

8 x 7 =

56 ➗ 7 =

56 ➗ 8 =







Arrays -Groups of

Numeral

Picture

Story














Arrays -Equal Sharing


Numeral

Picture

Story












DMIC Questions


Manu had to clean 17 cars and wheels.  How many wheels did Manu clean?



Manu cleaned 128 wheels in the Ford’s Car Sales yard.  How many cars did he clean?


Game of Kahoot


Karakia



Wednesday 1 Dec 2021

Kia Ora Team Tupu, 


Today our online Zoom lesson will include:

  • Karakia

  • School Pepeha

  • Six 60 Song

  • Writing

  • Maths

  • Close Karakia


Karakia


School Pepeha


Six 60 Song


Writing 

What if…

Children to listen to the story-Rat on the Rug

Think about what if they don’t have a cat. What might happen? What could they do? Use your imagination to write the end for this story if they don’t have a cat to help.


Maths

  • Game: https://nz.ixl.com/maths/year-3/place-value-models-up-to-hundreds


Closing Karakia

Please send your complete work to: 

Mrs Zhao: cissyh@flatbush.school.nz

Mrs Haynes: caitlinh@flatbush.school.nz 


Happy Learning!






Monday 29th November 2021

Kia Ora Team Tupu, 


Hope you all had a great weekend. Today our online Zoom lesson will include:

  • Karakia

  • School Pepeha

  • Six 60 Song

  • Reading

  • Maths

  • Hangman Game

  • Close Karakia


Karakia


School Pepeha


Six 60 Song


Reading

What are rhyming words? Can you find words that rhymes? 


Rhythming word game: https://nz.ixl.com/english/year-1/complete-the-rhyme


Let’s read this poem and find the rhyming words in it?


  1. Can you find any words in this poem that rhyme?


  1. Fill up the table

Rhyming part

Example

Word 1

Word 2

Word 3

-ight

night




-ark

dark




–eep

sleep




-ass

pass





Maths

  1. There are 48 birds in a tall tree. 38 more birds are arriving to join them. How many birds will there be in all?

  2. There are 35 flowers bloomed in the garden today. 26 more bloomed yesterday. How many flowers have bloomed in all?

  3. The parking lot has 7 rows of spaces. Each row can hold 9 cars. How many cars can be parked in the lot?

  4. Ryan planed to read 8 books in each week in lockdown. The lockdown is 4 weeks long. How many books did he read?

  5. Nicholas picked up a book with 60 pages. He read the first 27 pages. How many more pages would he need to read to finish the book?

  6. There were 82 employees working in an office building. 32 of them left to go have lunch. How many employees are left in the building? 


Hangman Game


Closing Karakia

Please send your complete work to: 

Mrs Zhao: cissyh@flatbush.school.nz

Mrs Haynes: caitlinh@flatbush.school.nz 


Happy Learning!


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Ramere 26 Whiringa- a - rangi 2021

Friday 26th November 2021

Online: Ms Young and Mrs Lologa

Lesson: 

 

Karakia- 30sec

Sharing Children’s Work - 2 min

Whakatauki - 1min

Rainbow Fish Story 5 min

Follow up questions - 2 min

Maths Revision - 10min

Art 10min

Kahoot - 5 min

Karakia- 30 sec

 

 

Karakia 

 

 

Whakataukī Today- what does this mean to you?





Before reading- Define what is happiness?  How does happiness look like in your life?  

Rainbow Fish


Discuss the following extract from the story

 


What is happening here?


Why is he lonely?


Why does he want people to admire his beauty?


What is more important, beauty or happiness?


How did Rainbow Fish find happiness?





Maths Revision


Equal Sharing


numeral

picture

story










Equal Sharing

Caroline has 27 stickers. She

decides to put 3 stickers on

each page of her scrapbook.

How many pages will have

stickers on?



Fraction of a Set


56 Children in Team Tupu play roblox.  One seventh of them play every day.  How many children play every day?






Drawing

Just play the video and draw together. 


Game of Kahoot


Karakia 





Karakia 


Thursday 25th November 2021

Online: Mrs Zhao and Ms Heather

Lesson: 

 

Karakia

Pepeha

Six60 Pepeha Waiata

Reading - Dragons, Dragons, Dragons

Maths - Time: Days of the Week and Months of the Year in Maori

              Word Problem

Kahoot


Karakia 



Six60 - Pepeha Waiata


Shared Reading:


Before reading-What is your impression for giant, fire-blowing dragons? Scary? Mean? Fritenghing? Scary?

During reading:

Check words meaning, speech marks, exclamation marks, etc.

After reading: 

Are the dragons in this story scary? 

Are they mean? Friendly? 

Why were they lonely?

Did you change your idea about the dragons? 

What did you learn from the story?

How does the writer describe the dragons? Think about the verbs


Maths



Ko te aha tenei ra?

Ko te _________ tenei ra



Please send your work to Ms Heather and Mrs Zhao after you finished. 

elizabethh@flatbush.school.nz

cissyh@flatbush.school.nz

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Raapa 24 o Whiringa- a - rangi, rua mano rua tekau ma tahi

Wednesday 24 November, 2021

24.11.21

Punctuation discussion - “speech marks” - what does it mean when we see these marks in text???



Link to the story (click on link, click text, save and read along

Questions to follow.


  1. How many dragons were there?


  1. Where did the dragons live?


  1. How did they feel in the cave?


  1. List the places they went looking for friends.

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  1. How did the people at the park feel when they saw the dragons waiting by the bbq?


  1. What did the dragons do to show that they are friendly dragons?





Spelling Activity: go over the sounds d  /  r = dr


How many words do you know that have dr in it?

Dragons, …. 













Finish off with a game of kahoot!

Looking forward to seeing you all on our Team Tupu Zoom Meeting at 11 am - 12pm!

Manuia le aso!

Mrs Haynes and Mrs Lologa




Tuesday 23rd November

- Week 6 - Home Learning Activities 

Listen to the story and answer the following questions below:

Why Questions?

1:Why was Dad lighting the fire?

2:Why did Dad say to keep away from the fire?

3:Why did Mum say “go and help Nena”?

4:Why Did Nena say “not today Simi”?

5:What did Dad tell Simi to do?

6:Why did Simi say “it’s not fair”?

7:Why did Papa say “thank you Simi”?

 

Write in the missing verbs:

 

1: Simi saw mum ___________ the meat.

2: Simi wants to ___________ the meat.

3: Simi’s Dad is ___________ the fire.  

4. Simi wants to ____________ the fire.

 

 

Design your own Umu. What are some of the things you know go into an umu? What would you put in your umu? Draw them in your basket below:

 

Write a list of all the things you put in your umu!

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

 

Sharing: taro maths:

1.Nana peeled one taro for the Umu. Nana cut the taro in half. She put one piece in each pack. How many packs did she have?

2.Nana peeled one taro for the Umu. Nana cut the taro into 4 pieces. She put two pieces in each pack. How many packs did she have?

 

 

3.Nana peeled one taro for the Umu. Nana cut the taro into 6 pieces. She put two pieces in each pack. How many packs did she have?

 

 

4.Nana peeled one taro for the Umu. Nana cut the taro into 8 pieces. She put two pieces in each pack. How many packs did she have.

 

 

5.Nana peeled two taro for the Umu. Nana cut each taro into 8 pieces. She put two pieces in each pack. How many packs did she have.

 

 

6.Nana peeled two taro for the Umu. Nana cut each taro into 16 pieces. She put two pieces in each pack. How many packs did she have.

 

Monday 22nd November

Monday - Week 6 - Home Learning Activities – CRT

 

Listen to the story below and see if you can answer the following questions relating to the story:

WALT: make connections between their own experiences and information in the story to make predictions and inferences.

Think critically. 

  1. What does Kia Ora mean? What do you say to greet your families at home?

  2. Why was Koro and Nan waiting for the family?

  3. Why were the family helping at the marae? 

  4. Who did Nikau help? What did he do?

  5. Why did Koro ask Tama to help him in the kitchen?

  6. Who did Mum and Dad help? What did they do?

  7. What did all Nikau’s cousins do?

  8. What does the word kai mean?

  9. What did Uncle mean when he said ka pai to Nikau?

 

What other compliments could we say to someone in the book?

1.

2.

 

Can you translate your compliment into Maori?

 

Lets see if we can add the word endings to the following words in the table

 

Discus and write some of the good things you could help to do on a Marae?

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

 

Talk with a partner about the jobs you do at home or at school. Make your own list of jobs and write about the job you like best (or least), or you could draw themselves helping and write a simple explanation of what you are doing

 

 

Maths time problem solving

 

  1. Vilis school starts at 9 0’clock. One day she arrived at school one hour late. What time did Vili arrive at school?

  2. Mum went shopping at 12 0’clock. She drove for half an hour to get to the shop. She spent one hour in the shop. Then she drove home again for another half an hour. 

a.How long did it take mum to do the shopping (include the driving time)?

b.What time did Mum arrive home?

  1. Sarah went to play football outside. She left home at 4 0’clock. She came back home at 6 0’clock. How long was Sarah out playing football?

  2. Mrs Lologa is planning a trip to the zoo. She plans to get the bus at 8 0’clock. It takes two hours to get to the zoo from her house. What time will Mrs Lologa get to the zoo?

  3. Mr Avatea was waiting for the bus to get to school. The bus should have arrived at 7 0’clock. The bus was late. Mr Avatea waited for 3 hours. What time did the bus arrive?

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Friday 19th November

Friday -week 5 Term 4

Morena FBS whanau,


Today your online teachers will be Mrs Haynes and Ms Young.

Mrs Young  will be looking after Rooms 21 & 22 so if you need to ask any questions you can email her on natashay@flatbush.school.nz.


Ms Haynes will be looking after Rooms 5, 6 & 8 so if you have any questions you can email me on Caitlinh@flatbush.school.nz .


Today our online learning will be based on 4 sections:

  1. Reading & Story  Questions

  2. Feelings

  3. Descriptive writing

  4. Drawing

  5. Spelling

  6. Maths

 

Listen to the story below and see if you can answer the following questions relating to the story:


 Questions:

  1. What does Tu meke mean?

  2. Where did Tahi live?

  3. How was Tahi positioned in his burrow?

  4. Why do you think he couldn’t face the world?

  5. What does kei te pehea koe mean? Can you say it to a friend?

  6. Why hadn’t Ruru seen Tahi in a while?

  7. Why do you think Tahi was feeling sad?

  8. Where did Roger take Tahi to try and show hime some fun?

  9. Where did Tahi want to go instead of swimming?

  10. What does Tahi mean when he said grubs won’t improve my mood?

  11. Why did Tahi know he needed to help?

  12. How did Roger help? How did Tahi help?

  13. How was Pepe feeling before she got rescued?

  14. What made Tahi feel better?

 

Discus what things can make you feel better when you are feeling blue?


Shared Writing-description - Use Stephen Graeme strategy

 

 e.g Roger the ruru

Number: 1 tail, 2 ears,2 wings

shape:pointy beak, sharp claws

size: big head, big yellow eyes, small body

colour- brown feathers, yellow eyes,

texture-smooth, soft,  fluffy

position-live in a tree

Doing-hunts at night, 



Shared writing-description Tahi the tuatara


Tu meke tuatara


Number

shape:

size

colour:

Texture:

Position:

Doing:

 

Draw your own picture of Tahi under your descriptive writing.

 

Pyramid Spelling activity:

Try write these words as pyramid words:

  1. sad

  2. blue

  3. sorrow

  4. lonely

  5. helpful

  6. friendly

  7. happy


Words from the story ‘Tu Meke Tuatara’


 

Maths

  1. Tahi had four legs and Ruru had 2 legs. How many legs would there be altogether?

 

  1. If there were 2 Tuatara’s How many legs would there be  altogether?

 

  1. If there were 3 Tuatara’s how many would there be  altogether?

 

  1. If there were 5 Tuatara’s how many legs would there be altogether

 

  1. If there were two Tuatara and two Ruru how many legs would there be altogether?

 

 

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Thursday 18th November

Thursday -week 5 Term 4

Morena FBS whanau,


Today your online teachers will be Ms Heather and Ms Haynes.

Ms Heather will be looking after Rooms 21 & 22 so if you need to ask any questions you can email her on Elizabethh@flatbush.school.nz.


Ms Haynes will be looking after Rooms 5, 6 & 8 so if you have any questions you can email me on Caitlinh@flatbush.school.nz .


Today our online learning will be based on 4 sections:

  1. Reading & Story  Questions

  2. Spelling Activity

  3. Maths

  4. Kindness


Story link:    Weka Help Out  (Click on link, click on text tab and save)

     Story Questions:

  1. Why was Weka in a rush to get back to the nest?

Answer: 

  1. How many eggs were in the nest?

Answer:

  1. What colour were the eggs?

Answer:

  1. Did Weka walk or run to the nest?

Answer:


Spelling activity: ‘est’ word family

For example: N- est spells nest, B- est spells best.

Can you write down as many words that you know that have the same word family -est?


Maths - Time

We will be looking at the Days of the Week and Months of the Year. 


In Aotearoa, New Zealand


What Months are Summer?  D _______, J______, F_______


What Months are Winter? J___, J___, A_____


What Months are Spring? S________, O______, N_______


What Months are Autumn? M____, A____, M__


What are your favourite months of the year?

Why?


What Month is your birthday?


Quick Times!



Kindness!


Can you brainstorm different ways you can show kindness towards others around you?


Your challenge for today is to be kind to your parents/caregiver and offer your help.


Here are some ways you can offer your help at home.

  • Vacuum the carpet

  • Wash the dishes

  • Fold the washing

  • Help prepare a meal for your family

  • Encourage others by saying nice things

  • Tidy your room


Wednesday 17 November 2021

Kia Ora Families, 

Here are our online activities for today. This will be taught in our Zoom Meeting @ 11 am as well. 

Watch the video-Tu Meke Tautara 


Activity 1:

Activity 2:

Maths