Category Archives: Homework
Dear 3 / 4 K,
Your homework for this week is to write down
- one thing that you thought you did well at the Expo
- one thing that you thought you could improve on next time.
You can use the following sub-headings as a prompt.
- Eye Contact
- Body Language
Look at the images of the 3D shapes below. For each shape complete the following:
– Write the name…
– Write the 2D shape/s that make up the 3D faces
– Write the number of vertices, edges and faces.
We have been working on identifying the different letter patterns that make the long e sound.
a) Look at these words and underline the letter pattern that makes the long e sound. For example, feet.
need seat honey funny even people
b) The long e sound in the words below have all been spelt incorrectly. Look at the words and spell them correctly.
eet – _______ peeple – ________ sunnee – _________
threa – _______ leef – ___________ trea – ___________
This week’s homework is based on a Fiction book.
You need to write down some of the interesting words / sentences that the author has used in one of the Take Home books you have read.
It might be some great adjectives (describing words) that the author used.
It could even be an unfamiliar word that the author has used that you would like explained to you as to what it means.
Use the glossary in a Non-Fiction book you have read to write down the meaning of 3 words from the book.
Write down one fact you learned from the book.
We will be using OWIs (Observe, Wonder, Infer) to help us understand the books we read. When completing an OWI it makes us determine important facts (Observe), ask open-ended questions (Wonder) and make inferences for our questions (Infer). We present our OWI in a three column note with the headings Observe, Wonder and Infer.
Look carefully at the image below. What do you observe? What do you wonder? What do you infer?
This week’s homework is based on a Fiction book. You need to write down some of the interesting words / sentences that the author has used in one of the Take Home books you have read.
The words could describe a character or setting or it could be part of the story which made you feel an emotion eg. happy, scared, sad, excited.
It might even be some great adjectives (describing words) that the author used.
We have been working on angles. For this week’s homework you need to look carefully at the angles and label them. Each angle is numbered.
Your homework for this week is to write down at least 3 things that you have noticed in regards to ANZAC Day commemorations. It could be something that you saw on the TV, something that you read in the paper or something that you saw happening in Traralgon or wherever you were on ANZAC Day.