Home Learning 3-6


SCHEDULE FOR HOME LEARNING TERM 2
Click on the appropriate date for the home learning expectations.
NB. Each days schedule will be posted before 9:00 each day
 
PLEASE FILL OUT THE HOME LEARNING SURVEY TO HELP US WITH OUR PROGRAM

HOME LEARNING 3/4 S
  WEEK 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 WEEK 7 WEEK 8 WEEK 9
MONDAY   20/4/20 27/4/20 4/5/20 11/5/20 18/5/20 PUPIL FREE 1/6/20 QUEENS BIRTHDAY
TUESDAY   21/4/20 28/4/20 5/5/20 12/5/20 19/5/20 26/5/20 2/6/20 3-6 RETURN TO SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY 15/4/20 22/4/20 29/4/20 6/5/20 13/5/20 20/5/20 27/5/20 3/6/20
THURSDAY 16/4/20 23/4/20 30/4/20 7/5/20 14/5/20 21/5/20 28/5/20 4/6/20
FRIDAY 17/4/20 24/3/20 1/5/20 8/5/20 15/5/20 22/5/20 29/5/20 5/6/20

 


HOME LEARNING 4/5/6 B AND 4/5/6 C
*Click on Week 5 to view the weekly timetable
  WEEK 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 3 WEEK 4 Week 5 WEEK 6 WEEK 7 WEEK 8 WEEK 9
MONDAY         11/5/20 18/5/20 PUPIL FREE

Week 8 Timetable

 

Project Week Slides

QUEENS BIRTHDAY

TUESDAY   21/4/20 28/4/20 5/5/20 12/5/20 19/5/20 26/5/20 3-6 RETURN TO SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY 15/4/20 22/4/20 29/4/20 6/5/20 13/5/20 20/5/20 27/5/20
THURSDAY 16/4/20 23/4/20 30/4/20 7/5/20 14/5/20 21/5/20 28/5/20
FRIDAY 17/4/20 24/3/20 1/5/20 8/5/20 15/4/20 22/5/20 29/5/20

*Click here to view the instructional 'how-to' videos.
For students in
Year 3-6, schools will provide learning programs that include the following:

  • Literacy: 45-60 minutes
  • Numeracy: 30-45 minutes
  • Physical activities: 30 minutes
  • Additional curriculum areas: 90 minutes. This includes subjects such as Theme/Topic Studies, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) and  Kitchen Garden.
  • For students wishing to complete more than the learning program scheduled for the day, there are additional ideas below, but these will not be assessed by your teacher.

 

 

Activities For students in Years 3,4,5 and 6

Theme

Spelling

Literacy and Numeracy

Extra Activities

Online Learning
Students also have access to a number of online learning subscriptions we have available at Kananook. Students can access the following on a computer or you can also download the applications:

Reading
Your child should have access to books borrowed from school and has been trained to practice their reading by reading to self, reading to someone and listening to reading. We encourage you to take the time to enjoy these wonderful experiences together with your child. For further information regarding strategies to use and to upskill yourself on how we teach reading at Kananook, visit our Parenting Pipeline tab.

  • Students can also listen to reading by logging onto 'EPIC BOOKS' online.
  • For students in the 4/5/6 classes, the class code is DCH9713.
  • For students in 3/4S, the class code is ZVB1173.
  • Each student also has a Literacy Planet password and teachers can also set individual tasks via this online resource. 
  • Choose a book that has been read and complete the comprehension grid.

Seesaw Journal
Seesaw student and parent codes were sent out throughout Term 1 and on the Open night held earlier this year.
This is a fantastic platform allowing:

  • Students to post their work for parents and teachers to see.
  • Teachers can assign activities and comment on student work.
  • Parents can also like and comment on their child's work that they submit.

Please be aware that all posts and comments have to approved by the teacher before it goes on the journal. Other parents can not see your child's work, however other students can.

 



The following publication from The Victorian Department of Education and Training has outstanding advice and information about incorporating Numeracy and Literacy exposure in everday activities. A very worthy read.
Literacy and Numeracy Tips- to help your child everyday, a guide for parents of children aged 0-12

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