This week we spoke to Casey from Kids Helpline. Casey spoke to us about the work that Kids Helpline do and also about how we can stay safe online.
Talking to us all the way from Queensland she gave us some tips if we see or receive something inappropriate online.
- We need to STOP and STAY CALM.
- SHARE it! Let someone you trust know what you’ve seen.
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Addition Concentration (Memory) Game
Match the equation with the answer
Click on the book cover above to listen to the story, Danny’s Smelly Toothbrush.
Once you have finished listening to the story, use the blank comic strip template to retell the story.
After viewing The Present students complete a Character Trait analysis of the young boy.
This Lent students in years 3 & 4 will receive a simple, kind act to perform each day. Their acts will sit on their table as a reminder to show kindness to others.
Mrs Ryan’s Act #1:
Get to know someone different
Hold the door open for someone else
For inquiry we have been exploring the different community services and charities that exist.
Dorothy and John from Guide Dogs Victoria visited us today along with Dorothy’s guide dog Anya.
What did you learn from Dorothy and Anya’s visit?
This week for listen to reading students will hear the story, Yertle the Turtle.
Our learning intention while reading:
I can listen to a text, take notes and make a summary.
This year in grade 3 students are going to learn how to write visual block coding. The link to Blockly provides students with supported step by step instructions in learning how to write visual block computer coding.
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