This term we have been learning about the DAILY 5.
We have learnt about the first activity, Read to Self.
We learnt that we need to continually build our stamina when reading to ensure we are about to read for an extended period of time without distractions.
We now know how to put a good fit book. If we do this the books we borrow won’t be too easy or too hard – they will be just right!
Check out our reading corner. We love it!
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
As part of this term, we took a look at Human Rights. After reading the book ‘We Are All Born Free’ which was written in association with Amnesty International. Our teachers,who went through the trouble of printing out the rights as two books, for each class.
Here are some of the many fabulous drawings that we drew. Proudly presented by both 5/6MA and 5/6WM.
Written by Shayla
Some questions heading your way!
What was your human right that you had to illustrate?
How did you come up with the illustration?
What other human rights do you think should be published?
This week is BOOK WEEK. The theme for the week is –
‘Read to Connect, Connect to Reading’.
Miss Nadja has planned a number of exciting activities for you to participate in throughout the week. Keep an eye and an ear out for the the fun activities that will be happening at recess and lunchtimes.
Remember to bring along a book to share with your Buddy on Thursdayalong with a pillow and/or a soft toy.
Have a look at some of the Short Listed books by clicking on following icon.
Have you read any of the Short Listed books? Which one did you enjoy most? Why? Which one would you like to read?
Click on the sticker below to view the 2014 winners!
Do you agree with the winners for each category? Why/Why not?
This term, 5/6MA and 5/6WM have been working closely together. We have been following a program called ‘The Daily 5’ and have made it our own to suit our needs and the time we have. We complete four activities each time we complete our rotations. The activities are: Read to Self, Read to Another, Spelling and Writing. We choose in which order we complete the activities and choose what we do in spelling and writing based on the goals we have set for ourselves earlier in the year. Mrs Watkins and Mrs Mahney work with us based on our needs while we are all busy working.
What are you liking about the program and/or what would you change? Which of the four activities is your favourite/least favourite and why?