The students had a great time watching a movie this afternoon and resting after a busy term.
They have their studyladder and oxford owl passwords which they can use in the hoilidays if they wish.
Thank you all for your continued support helping the class, in so many different ways. We are very lucky to have so many volunteers. We wish you all a happy and safe holiday break with your families.
See you all back Monday 30th April.
Bianca & Renae
We will be watching a movie (Minions PG) and having popcorn tomorrow after recess as an end of term celebration. Please sign the permission slips or write a note if you would like your child to watch it.
School finishes at 2.10.
Thank you to all the families and students for today. Our class had a great time and it was lovely to hear about their experiences this afternoon. A special thank you to the parents and grandparents who helped make the slime, took student groups around today and everyone that donated. It is all truly appreciated and well worth the effort as the students enjoyed it so much and the learning that goes along with it.
I am teaching the class how to use PicCollage, we post today’s photos over the remainder of the week. The class and I have filled out a feedback form, and if you have any feedback please let us know.
Thank you all again for your continued support 🙂
Bianca & Renae
The use of web based educational resources are being increasingly used to improve student learning outcomes. At CLG, our Reception to Year 3 students are fortunate enough to have access to a range online and interactive ebooks through the use of the Oxford Owl Student Bookshelf <https://www.oup.com.au/primary/marketing-pages/oxford-owl-student-bookshelf>
The benefit of having access to the Oxford Owl Student Bookshelf is that it contains hundreds of finely levelled Oxford Literacy fiction and nonfiction ebooks. The titles offer rich online reading experiences for use at school and/or at home. Every ebook includes three e-activities specifically written around the content of the book to build on students’ comprehension of the text they have just read.
The e-activities include:
• immediate feedback
• drag-and-drop activities
• multiple-choice questions
• word study activities
Registering with this provider requires student personal information to be disclosed to the provider of the service enabling students to login. Oxford University Press does not sell personal information to third parties. Registering students to access this resource includes disclosing the following information about your child:
• Student first and last name
• Year group
• Class teacher
More information can be found at http://global.oup.com/privacy?cc=au
Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any further questions or if you do not want your child to have access to the online resources.
I will send home Oxford Owl passwords this week in the diary, there is a QR code on the back so students can access it faster.
Have a look and read in the holidays and please let us know if you have any questions. I would love any feedback. I will also show students in class how to use the site before I send the passwords home.
A few students requested that I post the quick video we made advertising our slime stall for tomorrow.
We will be under the big shady tree from 12.30!! See you then 🙂
Mrs Simmons is at SAPSASA all week so I will be in Room 11 Thursday and Friday this week.
Friday school finishes at 2.10pm. We will watch a movie and have popcorn to celebrate the students hard work and success for the term. I will send home a permission slip tomorrow as the movie they chose is Minions and it is PG rated.
Hi, a booklet was sent home today outlining Enterprise Day, (fingers crossed they all made it home) 🙂
Today permission slips were sent home for hair glitter.
Face or arm painting slips will be sent home tomorrow and a gold coin donation is the cost. Mr Pluck would like these returned anytime or on the day.
I have some parent volunteers who have offered to take Room 11 students around the school in small groups.
Please read the previous notes I have written about the day as there is lots going on.
Please let me know if you have any questions
Week 11 – Spelling wa (wo sound)