Using the examples above, find engaging images that lend themselves to speech bubbles.
The intention of this activity is to punctuate correctly using ” ” (quotation marks).
Click on the link below.
Using the Melway Online you need to locate these Melbourne landmarks on the map at write the grid references.
Write each of the locations and their grid references into your maths book.
Word Detective: Compound Words
‘A compound word is a combination of two or more words that function as a single unit of meaning.’
Today you’re going to create a list of compound words.
You will need to write the words into your language workbook. Your list must include at least twenty words on it.
CHALLENGE: How many compound words can you think of that relate to our Space inquiry unit?
Click on the link above and view the BtN story ‘Understanding Space’. Once you’ve watched the story you need to complete the following comprehension questions in your language book.
View each of the images, below, displaying information about ‘The Planets’. Read all of the information and answer the following comprehension questions.
Questions: (To be completed in your Language Books)
Welcome to term 3.
I hope you had a fantastic school holiday break.
To begin the term we’re going to have a think back to all the experiences you enjoyed during the holidays. To do this you are going to create a ‘ranking ladder’ of your 6 favourite activities, ranked from your most favourite (number 1) to your sixth most favourite. For each activity you rank you need to write a short (no more than a paragraph) text about the experience.
Ranking Ladder Activity
Click on the link above to view the BtN clip on Natural Disasters ‘Don’t Panic’. Once you have viewed the clip you will need to answer the discussion questions into your language book.
To complete our Natural Disasters Inquiry we’re going to go back to our Natural Disaster Inspiration from the beginning of term.
You task is to add all the information you have learned about Natural Disasters to your inspiration mind map. To differentiate between your previous information and your new understandings you will need to make all the new information either the same colour OR have each bubble be the same shape (this shape should be different from the shape of bubbles you’ve already done!).
Click on the link above to view the BtN story on ‘Earthquakes’. Once you have watched the story you need to answer to following questions into your language book. Questions can be answered as either question AND answer or the question IN the answer.
Remember you need to complete the task in one session.
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