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School is open and we are keeping things running as safely and smoothly as possible. It is important that children are in school if they are well so that they can enjoy life in a classroom with a teacher and their friends. If your children are going to be away

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Room 15

2022

Term 1

Kia ora whanau,

Welcome back to school.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Library Day

(Please bring the library bag and return the poetry book.)

Swimming Day

 

Swimming Day

Poem Day

(Child will bring poetry book home and read the poem with you)

Please book bag and return their reading book everyday.

 

If you are not feeling well, please stay home and let myself or office know.

My email is: awu@hns.school.nz

 

Kia haumaru

He waka eke noa

 

Thank you for those whanau that already logged in Seesaw family account, I will keep uploading photos and learning activties on Seesaw.

If you have any issues logging in Seesaw family account, please contact me at awu@hns.school.nz.

 

 

 

Room 15 Timetable for Home learning

Kia ora, whanau. Hope you are all staying safe and well in your bubble. This is a guideline of how your child might manage their day. Have fun and keep active!

 

Suggested Time

Suggested Activities

9am-9.15am

Connect

Connect with your teacher-email, Seesaw

Reply to teacher’s email or log in Seesaw to say hello to Mrs Wu

9.15am-9.30 am

Get Moving

Do something that gets your heart rate up.

(yoga, dancing )

9.30am-10.00am

Reading

Do a reading activity or work on Myon, then spend some time looking at picture books, listening to stories online, or listening to other people reading.

Morning Tea

 

10.25am-1.30am

Mindfulness-breath in and breath out

Focus only on your breath

10.30am -11.00 am

Writing and Fine Motor Activities

Complete a writing activity (create your own stories, share your feeling and thoughts)

Practice cutting, colouring, drawing, and sticking.

11.00 am-11.15 am

Fitness (burn off some energy!)

Jump, run around the garden, skip, hula hoop

 

11.15am-11.45 am

Maths

Exploring different shapes at home

And then practice making patterns

Making a quarter turn/ a half turn to the left and right

Practice giving instructions to your family to get somewhere at home

Draw a map of your bedroom/ living room

Practise subtraction and addition within 20

11.45am-12.30 pm

Art and Craft/Construction

Build and create with anything you have in the house.

lunch

 

1:00pm-3:00pm

optional activities

spelling

handwriting

singing

helping with chore

helping with gardening

games

anything you feel fun

 

Don’t forget to check your email box:) 

If you have any questions, feel free to email me (awu@hns.school.nz).

Keeping safe and well!

warm regards

Jojo Wu

 

Reading

https://storylineonline.net

https://www.literacyshed.com

  • Choose a story and find a comfy spot to sit and listen.
  •  Make a recording about what book you chose and what it was about. You can listen to as many stories as you like, but just choose one to record about.

 

https://www.myon.com/index.html

This is a reading platform that some of my students already tried in class. Myon has thousands of ebooks with audio samples and comprehension tasks after reading.I have username and password for each child for Myon, please email me if you need it.

 

Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?Subject=16

Writing

  • Look at the pictures inside the boxes…they will show you Who, What, Where, and When.
  • Think of a sentence that would match.
  • DO NOT FORGET your capital letters and punctuation where they need to go.

    Story Time

    I am a bad seed

    https://safeshare.tv/x/ss5ce7f0fde1b47

    • Make a recording about how you act like a good seed and bad seed.

    Phonics

     

     

  • Writing

    Write about what you love yourself.

    Please check the capital letters and the ending mark.

    e.g. I love myself because …

    Maths

August 24 th

please click the link below

August 24th.docx

 

August 25 th

August 25 th.docx

 

August 26 th

August 26th.pdf

 

August 27 th

August 27 th.docx