Earth Day was April 22nd ! Perhaps your family would like to continue taking EarthDay action at home by trying some of these ideas.I hope you enjoyed watching and listening to K2C’s Earth day messages on Seesaw on Monday.
This week, Ms Michelle introduced K2C to the art of film making, using the Green Screen and an app on the iPad!
At home you might like to discuss the meaning of these concepts: Perspective, Inspiration, and Inspired. K2C listened carefully to the story of Camille and the sunflowers and were curious to know more about Vincent Van Gough. Now Ms Cathie is ‘inspired’ to paint the flowers she sees in the environment! ‘To support our learning about ways we express our thoughts and emotions through The Arts, K2C parents are invited to perform withe their child !
During the month of May- K2C and their families will be expressing themselves through THE ARTS. Do you and your child enjoy singing, dancing, playing musical instruments, storytelling, puppet shows or have any other creative, artistic special ‘talent’ you would like to perform as a special 2-3 minute performance.. if so,
Please sign up here.
This is optional and a fun way for parents to be role-models ( with their children) of how to be courageous, risk-takers !
Thank you to Flora ( Lily’s Mum) for being this week’s Mystery reader and for teaching us how to speak some Chinese! ( Ask your child to teach you how to say: ‘baby’, mother’ and ‘hug’)
This week we started doing some assessment of learning. Its wonderful to see just how much progress each child has made in letter and sound recognition ! At home you might like to help your child practice forming letters, using vocabulary of starting on the ‘sky line, plane line and going down to the grass line or worm line.
Our Math learning today was focussed on the ACARA Outcome: Use direct and indirect comparisons to decide which is longer, heavier or holds more, and explain reasoning in everyday language. K2C made a family of worms. Each worm is a different length and shape. Some worms are long and some are short. ( You should have seen/heard your child comparing length of snakes on their seesaw. Here are some photos of the snake making in action!
At home, your child might like to find objects ( e.g. pencils, string, shoes, people)
- compare them by length.
- describe using vocabulary: longest and longer than, shortest and shorter than
We have a 5 day weekend..( I’m off to Luang Prabang)