Crawshaw Drive, Nawton
Hamilton 3200

Junior Division

Welcome to the Junior Division online learning page.


WEEK 5 TERM 2 2020


We hope you have all been keeping safe at home.  Thank-you for sharing your amazing at home learning with your teachers, we all enjoy seeing your work and each opportunity to talk. 


Home Learning on TVNZ


ROOM 1

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Studyladder  
Activities are set on both sites for R1 students. 
Whaea Sian can see your progress and will add more activities as you require them.
If you still need your login details email   sian.wells@crawshaw.school.nz
Read a book, or 2, to or with someone everyday!
You also have your homework learning and reading eggs if you wish.

Be safe, Be kind, Stay in your bubble!
Whaea Sian


ROOM 2

Whaea Rae has set up an online learning via a Facebook page for Rm2. If you need more information please e-mail rae.ward@crawshaw.school.nz 

ROOM 3

Reading eggs

Spelling Click on the link and get a family member to test you until you have 5 words to practice this week. Remember you can write them, paint them with water on the foot path and write a sentence with your spelling word in it.

Draw a picture and write a letter tell me about an experience you have had during lockdown. Remember to include- Who, Where, What, Why and How you felt. Take a picture of your writing and e-mail it to me at stuart.turner@crawshaw.school.nz


Be safe, Be kind, Stay in your bubble!

Matua Stuart

ROOM 7

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Studyladder 

Whaea Tania can see your learning progress and will continue to monitor this and add more activities as you require them. You can also read to yourself or to a whanau member everyday. Please email Whaea Tania if you haven't received your login details tania.riley@crawshaw.school.nz stay safe, be kind to one another and enjoy your fun learning.

ROOM 8

Please complete the daily check in form  

Whaea Karen will not be available for conferencing this week. 

languagenut  Remember to e-mail Whaea Karen if you don't have your login details.

Reading eggs

Spelling Get a family member to test you on your spelling words then click on the link and get a family member to test you until you have 5 words to practice this week. Remember you can write them in your book, paint them with water on the foot path and write a sentence with your spelling word in it.

Writing 

-Memories

Write a letter to me describing characters of your favourite movie, see if I can guess what movie it is.   karen.care@crawshaw.school.nz

Math

Fractions 



    Can you complete the worksheet below:



Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Stay in your bubble!
Whaea Karen

ROOM 9

Reading eggs

Spelling Click on the link and get a family member to test you until you have 5 words to practice this week. Remember you can write them, paint them with water on the foot path and write a sentence with your spelling word in it.

Draw a picture and write a letter tell me about an experience you have had during lockdown. Remember to include- Who, Where, What, Why and How you felt. Take a picture of your writing and e-mail it to me at simone.nienhuis@crawshaw.school.nz

Whaea Simone has set up a Facebook page to deliver further learning, Contact her via simone.nienhuis@crawshaw.school.nz for more information. 

Be safe, Be kind, Stay in your bubble!
Whaea Simone

 

OUT OF THE BOX CHALLENGES


Easy Chocolate Fudge - Delicious!

You will need:

2 cups of sugar

1 tablespoon of butter

½ a cup of milk

1 tablespoon of cocoa

Boil all of the ingredients together for 10 minutes, on a low heat.(Only stir it occasionally or the fudge will be sugary).

Beat it well until it is thick and pour it into a buttered dish.

Ready… Set… Go!

How quickly can you collect these things from your  home?

  1.  Something beginning with  ‘s’.

  2. Something that is soft.

  3. Something that goes on your head.

  4. Something cold.

  5. Something with wheels.

  6. Something that you love.

  7. Something sticky.

  8. Something you can eat.

How long did that take?

Reading Together

Choose a favourite book.

Ask someone to read it to you.

Draw:

Something that happened at the beginning of the story.

Something that happened in the middle of the story.

Something that happened at the end of the story.

Roll a die and share

Someone you talked to on the phone

Someone you saw

Something you did outside

Something you did inside

Something you made for a special person

Something you are looking forward to at school

When you write these, don’t forget to include the Recount 5:

When? Who? Where? What? Why?

The race is on!

Have races in the backyard – relay races such as jumping, hopping, frog jumps, running backwards, walking sideways, or use a pillow slip and do sack races - get creative and challenging but keep it safe!

         Get Crafty 

Obstacle course

Build some obstacle courses to do indoors or outdoors with household items to crawl over and under, run, jump over or in and out of. Set it for yourself, teams, time challenges. Have fun.

Make a Kite

Click on this link for ideas

Kite making demo

Plastic shopping bag or newspaper/ old wrapping paper

Thin light sticks/ cardboard strips

Scissors, tape, pen, string

Have fun flying your kite!

Retell your favourite lockdown movie!

Write a retell using the “Give me 5”  method. 

Start with the main idea,  include 3 details from the movie in order       ( First, next, then,) and a final thought about the movie. 

Draw a picture to complete your work. 

Shopping li.st

Help your family make a shopping list. Ask an adult what are the essential items you need this week from the supermarket. You can use pamphlets/junk mail to help you. If you can’t write the name of the item you can cut out pictures from the junk mail and paste these on your list. 

Fun Outside

Find some rocks and paint these with water. See what colours arise? If you have paint you may like to paint these- turn them into rock monsters or garden fairies.