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Week 5: 14th of August 18th of August.

Week 6: 21st of August 25th of August.


Week 7: 28th of August 1st of September.
5 Monday 14th of August Tuesday 15th of August Wednesday 16th of August Thursday 17th of August Friday 18th of August

Assembly Morning Routine: Morning Routine:


Morning Routine:
- Reading - Reading
Session 1 Morning Routine: - Reading
- SMART Spelling ART GERARDINE - SMART Spelling
9 10 - Reading - Spelling & dictation
- THRASS - THRASS
- SMART Spelling
- THRASS
PROBE prep
Circle time: what makes a good Finishing off time
Session 2 friend?
MUSIC JEN Literacy groups
10 11 Writing: intro, middles areas,
closing statement. Library

EATING TIME 10:50 11:00 RECESS 11:00 11:30

MATH MATH
MATH Maths
Addition and subtraction Addition and subtraction
Session 3 Rotations: take away problems Location can statements
Addition war, salute subtraction, Addition war, salute subtraction, STEAM
11:30 12:30 sheet, potato sack race, take - Left and right basic direction
Lego counting sheet, roller Lego counting sheet, roller
away game and colour match. - Trust activity
coaster. coaster.

Morning Routine:
- Reading
Session 4
Literacy groups Literacy groups - SMART Spelling Literacy groups Literacy groups
12:30 1:30
- THRASS

EATING TIME 1:30 1:40 LUNCH 1:40 2:30


15 minutes extra play
Session 5 Health unit - celebrity foods Health unit - lunch box pictures
Meeting Rotations Health Circle time
2:30 3:30 extension what am I? colour coordinate food groups
fruit time
Literacy activity Can statements

Reading groups with teacher. L1: Can recognise literal meaning in texts
L2: Can identify literal meaning and supporting
F: Can use questioning and monitoring detail in a variety of texts.
Blue & purple applied strategies to make meaning from texts.
L1: Can recognise implied meaning in texts
L2: Can identify implied meaning, main ideas
knowledge. and supporting detail in a variety of texts

Success criteria: Students will be successful when they can retell and elaborate in sequence, literal and
Learning outcomes: Retell in order what has happened in the story and why.
implied meaning in chosen texts.

Creating their own story book: F: Can show evidence of letter and sound
L1: Can accurately spell many simple and high L2: Can show evidence of re-reading and
Week 1: Story planning, first draft, knowledge, and beginning writing
frequency words. editing.
behaviours.
possibly editing.

Success criteria: Students will be successful when they have completed a first draft for their story, which
Learning outcomes: Create a first draft for your story, edit by checking spelling and punctuation
has been fully edited and ready to be typed.

Rhyming sliders Make them into L1: Can accurately spell words with regular
F: Can show evidence of letter and sound
funny sentences. set a goal: knowledge, and beginning writing
spelling patterns and use their knowledge of L2: Can write words and sentences legibly using
group 1&2 five sentences 3-5 10 blending and segmenting to make predictable unjoined upper and lower-case letters.
behaviours.
words.
sentences

Success criteria: Students will be successful when they have correctly matched each rhyming slider pair
Learning outcomes: identify the correct rhyming slider pairs and make funny sentences.
and created funny sentences in their workbooks.

Lego spelling words & F: Can correctly form all upper and lower case L1: Can correctly form all upper and lower case L2: Can write words and sentences legibly using
rhyming words. letters letters unjoined upper and lower case letters

Learning outcomes: using Lego, create the red, orange and green spelling words and try to create Success criteria: Students will be successful when they create all red, orange and green spelling words
rhyming words. and attempt to rhyme each word.

L1: Can use knowledge of the relationships


Word ladders & sentences F: Can use the sounds represented by most
between sounds and letters, high frequency words,
sentence-boundary punctuation and directionality
L2: Can recognise all standard Australian English
Like -> Lake -> Rake -> Take letters
to make meaning.
phonemes, and most letter-sound matches

Success criteria: Students will be successful when they have correctly completed the word ladder and
Red group Orange group Purple group Pink group Blue group

Rhyming sliders + funny Creating their own


Lego spelling words and
Monday Reading groups
rhyming words
sentences Word ladders storybook first draft +
editing.

Creating their own


Lego spelling words and Rhyming sliders + funny Word ladders
Tuesday. storybook first draft + Reading groups
rhyming words sentences
editing.

Creating their own


storybook first draft + Lego spelling words and Rhyming sliders + funny
Thursday 1 Word ladders
editing.
Reading groups
rhyming words sentences

Creating their own


Rhyming sliders + funny Lego spelling words and
Thursday 2 sentences
Word ladders storybook first draft + Reading groups
rhyming words
editing.

Creating their own


Lego spelling words and Rhyming sliders + funny
Friday rhyming words sentences
Word ladders storybook first draft + Reading groups
editing.
Number talk: Learning outcome: Success criteria:
Subtraction on a number line. Answer questions using effective Students will be successful when they have
- Taking away. strategies. answered questions using effective strategies
- Difference of. that show working out.

Numeracy activity Can statements


Salute. L1: Can carry out simple
subtractions using counting
Success criteria: When the students can successfully
Learning intention: To identify the missing number in the
identify the missing number in the subtraction equation, strategies.
equation.
without assistance.

Roller coaster ride. L2: Can perform simple


subtraction calculations, using
Success criteria: When the students have completed the a range of strategies.
Learning intention: Writing correct equations and
game multiple times, with the ability to show their
showing working out.
equations.
L1: Can carry out simple
Snakes and ladders addition and subtraction.
additions using counting
Learning intention: Complete the game against a partner
Success criteria: When the students have completed strategies.
multiple games displaying competency and
using strategies to solve each equation on your turn.
understanding in their strategies.

L2: Can perform simple


Addition war.
addition calculations, using a
Learning intention: To become fluent in simple addition Success criteria: When students are answering equations
range of strategies.
equations. quickly and correctly.
Location and mapping upload upload
week 6.

This assessment task is evaluating the


students abilities to create a map of their
school.
We will first do a walk around the entire
school to familiarise the students with their
classrooms, school buildings and landmarks,
while discussing their vicinities and
closeness to each other.
The students will then create a map placing
the main buildings and landmarks in their
correct places.
Once they have created their maps they will
need to direct someone from their classroom
to the basketball court, using appropriate
Thursday 24th of August
6 Monday 21st of August Tuesday 22nd of August Wednesday 23rd of August Friday 25th of August
GYMNASTICS!!
Morning Routine:
Assembly - Reading Morning Routine:
Morning Routine:
- Reading
Session 1 Morning Routine: - Reading
ART GERARDINE - SMART Spelling
9 10 - Reading - Spelling and dictation
- THRASS
- SMART Spelling Procedural bread
- THRASS
maker.
Finishing off time extra time for
Literacy red PROBE.
Session 2
- SMART Spelling MUSIC JEN Start with Alexis (piano at
10 11
- THRASS 10:30)
Library

EATING TIME 11:00 11:10 RECESS 11:00 11:30

MATH
Session 3 - 1 more rotation
MATH - introducing money MATH size and value of money. Maths - location Maths - location
11:30 12:30 - finishing off colouring and
wizard dot to dot.
Gymnastics
Morning Routine: 12:10 12:50 Literacy groups probe pink
- Reading group
Session 4 Literacy groups Literacy groups
- SMART Spelling Literacy groups - orange
12:30 1:30 Probe - blue Probe - purple
- THRASS Healthy lunch day from 1 oclock
p-2 in great space.

EATING TIME 1:30 1:40 LUNCH 1:40 2:30


Writing - persuasive 15 minutes extra play
Whole school activities:
Session 5 My favourite fruit or veg is
- Colouring in. Health unit - Rotations week 1 health unit Circle time
2:30 3:30 better than a sometimes food
- Construction. fruit time
because
Activity Can statements

Puzzle groups F: - L1: - L2: -

Success criteria: When all puzzles are complete and the students have used positive verbal
Learning outcome: Successfully complete all puzzles, using teamwork strategies.
communication.
L2: Can identify literal meaning and supporting
detail in a variety of texts.
PROBE reading groups. L1: Can recall key ideas.
L2: Can identify implied meaning, main ideas
F: - L1: Can recognise literal meaning in text.
(I Spy books while waiting.) and supporting detail in a variety of texts.
L1: Can recognise implied meaning in text.
L2: Can make connections between texts by
comparing content.

Learning outcome: Read a non-fiction and fiction text and answer the relevant questions using
Success criteria: Students will be successful when they can make connections between the text and both
literal and implied meanings.
the literal and inferred meanings within that text.

Creating their own story book:


Week 2: Finishing first draft F: Can use familiar words and phrases and L1: Can provide details about ideas or events, and L2: Can show evidence of re-reading and
editing, typing up final draft on images to convey ideas. details about the participants in those events. editing.

laptops.

Learning outcome: complete editing process and begin typing to show development of your story. Success criteria: Students will be successful when they have correctly re-read and edited their stories,
making the appropriate adjustments and then begin typing their stories.

Non-fiction comprehension: F: Can use questioning and monitoring L1: Can recall key ideas. L2: Can identify literal meaning and supporting
strategies to make meaning from texts. L1: Can recognise literal meaning in texts. detail in a variety of texts.
Vampire bats.

Learning outcome: To read and understand the key ideas in the text and to answer the questions
Success criteria: Students will be successful when they correctly answer all questions using the text as a
using the text as support.
literal source.

L1: Can use knowledge of the relationships


F: Can use sounds represented by most between sounds and letters, high frequency words, L2: Can recognise all standard Australian English
IPad boggle letters. sentence-boundary punctuation and directionality phonemes, and most letter-sound matches.
to make meaning.

Learning outcome: To make as many letter-sound connections to create as many words as


Success criteria: Students will be successful when they have found a substantial amount of words for the
possible.
selected time frame.
Red group Orange group Purple group Pink group Blue group

Monday Puzzles comprehension Story book PROBE IPad boggle

Puzzles comprehension
Tuesday. IPad boggle Story book PROBE

Puzzles
Thursday 1 PROBE IPad boggle comprehension Story book

PROBE Puzzles
Thursday 2 Story book IPad boggle comprehension

IPad boggle
Friday comprehension Story book PROBE Puzzles
Numeracy activities: Tuesday.
Activity One: L1: Can recognise Australian coins according
Circle time discussion with fake to their value.
Australian coins. L2: Can order simple collections of Australian
notes and coins.
Learning intention: To discuss the different Success criteria: Students will be successful
value and worth of the Australian coins. when they are actively contributing to the
discussion of Australian coins and their worth.

Activity Two: L1: Can recognise Australian coins according


IPad app: Targeting Maths One Money, to their value.
coins. L2: Can find the total value of simple
collections of Australian notes and coins.

Learning intention: Success criteria:


Number talk: Learning outcome: Success criteria:
Australian coins: Discuss different ways to make amounts and Students will be successful when they actively discuss
- How much do I have? how each coins value can be added to make questions and offer different coin combinations to
- How can I make a certain certain amounts. make amounts asked.
amount? (with what coins?)

Numeracy activity Can statements


Money Mania Snakes and ladders concept, each tile has an Australian coin and the students will need to add
them together.
L1: Can carry out simple additions using
Success criteria: When the students are counting strategies.
Learning intention: Add different Australian coins
displaying effective addition strategies using
together showing working out.
Australian coins. L1: Can carry out simple subtractions
Draw the Australian coins Students are given a template of each coin and need to draw them and then label in using counting strategies.
order of value.
L1: Can recognise Australian coins
Success criteria: When the students have according to their value.
Learning intention: To draw all Australian coins
successfully drawn all coins and ordered them
and to order them based on value.
correctly based on value.
How much can I buy? Students are given catalogues and a set of amounts, they will need to find items that are at
or below the amount.
L2: Can perform simple addition
calculations, using a rang of strategies.
Learning intention: Sort through different
Success criteria: When the students have chosen
catalogues to find items that you can purchase L2: Can perform simple subtraction
items that are at or below the given amounts.
with the amounts given. calculations, using a range of strategies.
My piggy bank Students are given a sheet with piggy banks containing different amounts, they will need to
create those amounts using fake Australian coins. L2: Can order simple collections of
Australian notes and coins.
Success criteria: When the students have
Learning intention: Create different amounts of correctly created the amounts of the piggy banks L2: Can find the total value of simple
money, using multiple combinations of coins. and come up with different combinations to for collections of Australian notes and coins.
PROBE uploads due week 7.

The students will read two texts, (non-fiction and


fiction) as many times as possible in the allocated time.
They will then be called over to the teacher and be
asked to read the passage and answer the questions
given with the texts.
The teachers will write the students answers word-for-
word.
Marking consists of the students answering the literal
and inferred questions based on the text, each answer
needing to be close if not exact to the answer given.
Thursday 31st of August Friday 1st of September
7 Monday 28th of August Tuesday 29th of August Wednesday 30th of August
GYMNASTICS!! DADS NIGHT!!!

Assembly Morning Routine: Morning Routine:


Morning Routine:
- Reading - Reading
Session 1 Morning Routine: - Reading
- SMART Spelling ART GERARDINE - SMART Spelling
9 10 - Reading - Spelling and dictation.
- THRASS - THRASS
- SMART Spelling
- THRASS
Library
Writing - persuasive
Session 2 My favourite fruit or veg is better
MUSIC JEN Literacy groups
10 11 than a sometimes food because
Fathers day stall / activities

EATING TIME 10:50 11:00 RECESS 11:00 11:30

MATH - money
Maths location : treasure
Session 3
MATH - money MATH money map STEAM
11:30 12:30 (rollover from last weeks
activities.)
Gymnastics
Morning Routine: 12:10 12:50
- Reading
Session 4
Literacy groups Literacy groups - SMART Spelling Literacy groups Literacy groups
12:30 1:30
- THRASS

EATING TIME 1:30 1:40 LUNCH 1:40 2:30

Fathers day / special person 15 minutes extra play


Session 5
Meeting. Health unit - poster finishing off Rotations cut and paste body activity.
2:30 3:30 Games
TRARALGON PD
Red group Orange group Purple group Pink group Blue group

Sentence building Storybook Fathers day activity


Monday Reading group
+ colouring Typing and front covers
Headbandz

Tuesday. Headbandz Reading group Sentence building Storybook Fathers day activity

Fathers day activity


Thursday 1 Headbandz Reading group Sentence building Storybook

Headbandz
Thursday 2 Storybook Fathers day activity Reading group Sentence building

Headbandz
Friday Sentence building Storybook Fathers day activity Reading group
Activity Can statements

Reading groups with teacher. L2: Can identify literal meaning and supporting
F: Can use questioning and monitoring L1: Can recognise literal meaning in texts detail in a variety of texts.
Blue & purple applied strategies to make meaning from texts. L1: Can recognise implied meaning in texts L2: Can identify implied meaning, main ideas
knowledge. and supporting detail in a variety of texts

Success criteria: Students will be successful when they can retell and elaborate in sequence, literal and
Learning outcomes: Retell in order what has happened in the story and why.
implied meaning in chosen texts.

L2: Can read texts that contain varied sentence


L1: Can use knowledge of the relationships
structures, some unfamiliar vocabulary, a
F: Can use familiar words and phrases and between sounds and letters, high-frequency words,
Sentence building. images to convey ideas. sentence-boundary punctuation and directionality
significant number of high-frequency sight
words and images that provide additional
to make meaning.
information.

Learning outcomes: Rearrange words to create correct sentences, finding as many possible Success criteria: Students will be successful when they have correctly created a sentence that is legible
sentences as you can. and has the correct punctuation.

L1: Can accurately spell words with regular


Creating their own story book: spelling patterns and use their knowledge of
F: Can show evidence of letter and sound
Week 3: Finishing typing up final draft blending and segmenting to make predictable L2: Can create texts and show how images
knowledge, and beginning writing
and printing off creating a front cover behaviours.
words. support the meaning of a text.
to go with their stories. L1: Can accurately spell many simple and high-
frequency words.

Success criteria: When each student has successfully finished their story, printed it off and created a
Learning outcomes: Finish off typing up story, print a title page and create a front cover.
front cover.

Fathers Day activity


F: L1: L2:
- Colouring in.

Learning outcomes: Complete a colouring in sheet that can be given to dad, or special person for Success criteria: When each student has completed at least one colouring in sheet for their dad or
Fathers Day. special person, in time for Fathers Day.

L1: Can interact in pair, group and class


F: Can communicate clearly in informal group discussions, taking turns when responding. L2: Can use a variety of strategies to engage in
Headbandz and whole-class settings. L1: Can listen to others when taking part in group and class discussions.
conversations.