On this page you will find some learning tasks that we will complete in our classrooms. We can also access them from home to share our learning with our families.
Term 4, Week 10
WACKY WEB TALES
This week we will be using everything we have learnt about nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and all kinds of things, to write some crazy stories! Click on the picture below to complete the activity:
Term 4, Week 9
Click the links below to explore some websites and games about conserving our environment.
Term 4, Week 8
A prefix is added to the beginning of a word to make a new word.
For example, if you add the prefix “dis” to the beginning of the word “respectful”, you have made the word disrespectful, which now has a completely different meaning.
Below are some activities on prefixes:
Term 4, Week 6
What is an adverb?
Well we know that verbs are action words, such sing, read and jump. Adverbs are words that describe these verbs. They explain when, how, where and how often. For example, I want to sing happily. The word happily is an adverb, because it describes the verb (which is sing).
Click on the links below, to play some games where you can learn about adverbs:
Term 4, Week 6
In our writing rotations we will be creating information reports about native Australian animals. You will need to research your animals by either searching their name on google, or using these links below.
Term 4, Week 4
This week we are collecting data on 1C’s favourite environments. We will put this data into a graph using this online resource:
Term 4, Week 2
When we read a story, we make inferences.
What is an inference? It is when you figure out something that is not directly said in the story. You use what you already know, as well as the clues from the story to make an inference.
It’s a bit like being a reading detective. Here are some examples of how you can make inferences:
Click on the link below to play an inferencing game and be a reading detective:
Term 3, Week 9
We have been learning all about Traditional Stories and Folktales, Myths, Legends, Fables and Fairytales.
This week we are making some rather strange fairytales of our own using this great online resource, Fractured Fairytales.
Term 3, Week 8
We already know that synonyms are words that have the same or nearly the same meaning as another word. Now we are learning about antonyms. An antonym is a word that has the opposite meaning of another word.
For example, ‘hot’ is an antonym for ‘cold’, ‘small’ is an antonym for ‘big’ and ‘up’ is an antonym for ‘down’.
Have a go at these antonym activities by clicking on the links below.
Term 3, Week 7
In Literacy, 1C has been learning all about contractions.
Contractions are ‘shortcut words’. They are created when two words are combined to make one smaller word. The letters that are left out, are replaced by an apostrophe.
For example, ‘I will’ becomes ‘I’ll’, ‘do not’ becomes ‘don’t’, ‘can not’ becomes ‘can’t’.
Have a go at these contraction activities by clicking on the link below.