Go to Smart Kiddies. Work through the modules. Don't forget to colour the smileys in your folder. Have fun.
REWARD - IF YOUR TEACHER IS HAPPY WITH YOUR WORK, YOU MAY GO TO THIS SITE: Maths Fighter
Go to Literactive. Log in. Complete all activities in Nursery Rhymes 1 and Nursery Rhymes 2. Print out each page of the Nursery Rhymes collection and make a Nursery Rhymes scrap book. Practise reading nursery rhymes with student until student can read back fluently.
ENGLISH FOR MATEUS
READ THIS SITE IN BOTH ENGLISH AND PORTUGESE. TO DO THIS, USE THE TRANSLATION TOOLS IN GOOGLE (the url translation facility). SAVE THE IMAGES TO YOUR COMPUTER. UE POWERPOINT TO REWRITE THE COUNTING STORY, IN YOUR OWN WORDS, IN ENGLISH.
MATHS FOR MATEUS
ENLISH FOR MARIANA
READ AUDIO STORIES NUMBERS 240-251.
Find the meaning of these words using the Google Translation tool:
MAKE A POWERPOINT SLIDE SHOW WITH THESE IMAGES AND A SENTENCES UNDERNEATH EACH PICTURE. FOR EXAMPLE, I CAN TRAVEL MANY WAYS. A TRAIN IS A FOR OF TRANSPORT. A BUS TRANSPORTS PEOPLE IN THE CITY.
MATEUS AND MARIANA
http://www.english-4kids.com/powerpoint.html (DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE)
PLANTS - knowledge
ACTIVITY ONE - SPACE
View: Earth, Sun and Moon
Investigate: how many days does it take the Moon to travel one orbit of the Earth?
Investigate: how many months does it take the Earth to travel one orbit of the Sun?
Using StarOffice, draw simulation of Sun, Earth and Moon, with labels. Include information: The Sun is the largest object in the universe. The Moon is Earth's nearest neighbour. The Sun gives the earth heat and light. The Moon is the smallest of the three objects.
ACTIVITY ONE - INDIGENOUS STUDIES
Visit the home page of UsMob . Students click on 'diary' to get to know the characters in the forthcoming videos.
Using StafOffice, Drawing, model a sociogram for Charlie. Students to draw a sociogram for either Charlie or Jacquita (for more confident users). Name to be on printout. Collect for student folders.
View UsMob video to the first 'choose your own adventure' point. If time permits, hold a discussion about options to follow in the story.