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Hi everyone in 5/6M (Sunday 10th) Only 4 days till our mini Olympics. Hope you have information on the country your team is representing (e.g. location, population, language spoken, size, special features and Olympic athletes). Gather clothing in the colours of your country's flag to wear on the day. Remember the Olympic spirit at all times and be good leaders for the other members of your team. Hope you are enjoying the Olympics in Beijing. Remember to check the newspapers as well as watching TV. Be ready also to access the oficial site for lots of news and info. www.olympics.com.au Please check the activities below. Remember the calendar is a partner to your diary and remember that now your homework requirements are also listed. Have fun exploring the other sections (what can Protopuppy do?) and please tell us when you find something good.
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ACTIVITIES AND INSTRUCTIONS
Begin looking in papers and magazines to collect articles and information on a favourite sports personality. Olympics websites may be useful, www.olympics.com.au
Also we want any interesting articles on Sport or the Olympics for our Media Board.
Watch for any issues related to sport that are discussed on TV, in newspapers and magazines.
This site will give you the daily events schedule for any Australians competing in Beijing.
MATHEMATICS at School
Remember to colour in on the chart the maths activities you have completed on this Dictionary site.
Read fraction notation and write in your maths book the definitions of proper fractions, improper fractions and mixed numbers.
Write 3 proper fractions and at least 1 equivalent fraction for each.
The following should have been completed last term but if you haven't, then do it a.s.a.p.
5's and 6's. Read the section on fractions and complete the activities on equivalent fractions and fraction puzzles. Write some examples and a report in your maths book.
6's try the section on fraction calculators. Write some examples and a report in your maths book.
- Thu April 24 - Bedroom homework due
- Thu April 17 - Interschool Sport, 1pm
- Wed April 16 - 1:30 Start at school
- Thu May 1 - interschool sport bedroom homework due
- Thu May 8 - myths homework due
- Thu May 15 - Interschool sport homework due
- Thu May 22 - homework due
- Sun May 4 - Tundra starts
- Sun June 8 - Public Holiday
- Thu June 12 - Interschool sport
- Thu June 26 - Last day of term 2
- Sun June 1 - Curriculum day
- Wed June 25 - Planning day Parent/teacher interviews
- Sun July 13 - curriculum day
- Mon July 14 - Begin Term 3.
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- Wed August 13 - Mini Olympics
- Thu August 7 - interschool sport
- Thu August 14 - interschool sport
- Sun August 10 - homework due
- Mon August 11 - presentation of homework
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