This year we have established the following guidelines and expectations around 3/4 student’s homework.
Students need to
- READ for at least 30 minutes every night. Book titles need to be recorded on the title tally list in the homework books.
- One summary per week about the book they are currently reading.
- Select one new word from their just right book to investigate,in order to expand their vocabulary. The outline of the aspects of the word they need to investigate is added below. Expanding Our Vocabulary Homework outline-1dsn26y
- HOTmaths tasks will be given every couple of weeks. Students will be told when a task is “live”. Students can go onto HOTmaths to revise at anytime by navigating the website.
- Homework should be handed in on Fridays and books will be returned on Mondays.
We have settled in and are busy establishing our routines and getting into our curriculum. We are looking forward to meeting with parents at information night tonight and at parent teacher discussions coming up soon.
Please find the 3/4 Handbook below and read about the various aspects related to students in 3/4.
Hope to see parents tonight, if you are unable to attend please read the information and if you have any further questions call school or email me to discuss.
As we have been studying marine environments and visited one in Queenscliff we would now like students to look at one threat in particular. Read through the task, over the next two weeks we will be researching and reporting on this topic. We will have time in class but you may research and make notes at home. We will be conferring and publishing at school.
We will talk about the task together and get going next week.Threats to Marine Life
Camp Wyuna was a great success!
Congratulations to all those who participated!
Are are some snaps…
The Seals warming up for Beach Survivor
Dressing up at Fort Queenscliff.
Just finished Team Initiatives, phew!
Did, dig, dig!!!
Marine Discovery Centre, learning about the creatures and their environments.
Rio 2016 has been a wonderful spectacle and there have been many Australian athletes that have done our country proud. For reciprocal teaching today, visit the Australian Olympic Site here and report back on one of the Australian medal winners!