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*Click here to view the instructional 'how-to' videos.
For students in Year 3-6, schools will provide learning programs that include the following:
Activities For students in Years 3,4,5 and 6
Literacy and Numeracy
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:
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.
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:
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