Category Archives: Homework
If you went to camp your homework is to choose one thing that you enjoyed at Camp Coolamatong and explain why you liked it. It might be one of the activities that you did, it could be something to do with the food that you ate or it could be something that you enjoyed doing during one of the night time activities or during free time. The important thing is to explain why you liked it.
If you didn’t go to camp your homework is to choose one thing that you enjoyed whilst in the grade you were in for the 3 days. It might be one of the lessons that you joined in with or it could be something that you enjoyed doing with one of the children in that particular grade. You also need to explain why you liked it.
Your homework for this week is to use the correct word to complete each sentence.
were where wear we’re
- I am going to buy some new clothes to ______________ at the party.
- We ___________ going to the park to play but then it started to rain.
- I wonder ____________ the dog hid the bone.
- __________ going down the street after lunch.
- “___________ are we going?” asked the children.
- We _________ running late for the appointment.
- The weather is too hot to ___________ a jumper.
- I hope __________ not late for the game.
OWI (Observe, Wonder, Infer)
Your homework for this week is to write down an Observation, a Wondering or an Inference that you have made whilst reading one of your Take Home Books. You can even make a Wondering from an Observation and turn it into an Inference.
Remember you use your Schema (Background Knowledge) with Evidence from the book to make an Inference.
Please write down the name of the book you used and also the page number that you made your Observation, Wondering or Inference.
Look at this picture. What are two things you can say about this little boy?
Your homework for this week is to write down some evidence to show that you have used one of your strategies to help you with your Reading Goal when reading a Take Home Book.
Here is some information about bullet ants. Your homework for this week is to read this information and write down what you think the main point of the article is. This needs to be written in your own words.
Called bullet ants because victims often describe the feeling of being stung by this ant as equal to the feeling of being shot by a gun, a person bitten by this ant can feel throbbing and unabated pain that can last for more than a day.
Your homework for this week is based on a Fiction Book. You are to write an Open Minded Portrait of one of the characters in a book you have read. You need to pretend to be that particular character and write 2 – 3 sentences about what they would say at a particular moment within the story. Remember to use the word ‘I’ when writing the sentences.
Write down the names of the 8 classes of invertebrates and at least one example of each.
Minibeasts come in a huge range of size, shape and colour. They are grouped according to their characteristics. For example, the members of the largest group, the arthropods, all have legs with joints. Four classes of invertebrates belong to this group. These are:
There are four more classes of invertebrates:
Your homework for this week is based on a Fiction book. It can even be on a Fiction book you have already read before.
- Write down the title of the book and also the author.
2. Write down the SLIS (Story Line in 1 Sentence) for the book. A good way to start a SLIS is ‘The book is about a ………… who …………………….. ‘
3. Write down one important event that happened in the story and why you think this event was important.
Graphs are used to present data. It is very important to be able to read graphs so you can learn information about the data being presented.
Your homework is to look at the graph below and post the answers to the following tasks
– Write the title of the graph.
– Write the type of graph.
– What is the scale that is being used in this graph
And at least one piece of information that this graph tells you.