MONEY

In Australia we use dollars and cents.

Here are pictures of our Australian currency.

RBA Banknotes: $100 Banknote  1998 Fifty Dollar McFarlane Evans First Prefix - The Right Note

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RBA Banknotes: $5 Banknote    Coin: 2 Dollars (Australia) (1952~Today - Elizabeth II) WCC:km101         One Dollar 1985, Coin from Australia - Online Coin Club

My Collectables 2007 Australian 50 Cent Coin - Ex Mint Set 6.95 RAM    Twenty Cents 2019 (Third Portrait), Coin from Australia - Online Coin Club    2015 AUSTRALIAN 10 CENT COIN | eBay Australia's Coin Bag Of 5 Cents Commemorating 50 Years Of Decimal Currency.  ROW226. - Riches Of The World

 

We used to have 1 & 2 cent coins but not anymore. Now we need to round our prices up or down to the nearest 5c.

For example, if something costs $1.42 and we were paying cash for it and getting change, we would pay $1.40.

If something was $2.48 we would pay $2.50 for it.

We are using less cash these days and more card payments. Some people don’t carry cash around anymore, only their debit or credit cards.

 

Do you know a quick and easy way to add amounts of money together to find the total?

How do you work out how much change you will get back?

Do you have a piggy bank or money box?

Are you saving up for something special?

 

The activities this week will help you to practice these skills.

 

Here are some fun money games to help you learn.  Don’t forget to click on the Australian flag or the Australian continent to play using Australian money.

https://www.mathsisfun.com/money/make-amount.html

https://www.mathsisfun.com/money/money-master-flash.html

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/coins-game

Why Do We Put Money into Piggy Banks? | Mental Floss

 

 

What is an adverbial phrase?

What is an adverbial phrase?

Watch the following video to learn about what an adverbial phrase is.

Can you think of some examples of adverbial phrases?

adverbial phrase

Do you think you could find an adverbial phrase in a sentence?

 

An adverbial phrase is like an adverb, it adds more information to the sentence, but it uses more than one word to describe the verb.

For example: The farmer drove the tractor in the evening.

Adverbs and adverbial phrases can describe howwhen or where a verb is done.

How = The bees flew wildly.

When = The bees flew all of a sudden.

Where = The bees flew through the air.

Look at the words in italics. they tell how, when or where the birds flew.

Did you find the adverbial phrases?

Spelling week 3, term 4 – ch words

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chat

chin

chill

chip

chop

church

cheek

cheese

change

chair

much

such

chance

children

choose

champion

channel

chapter

chose

choice

chocolate

chief

chalk

challenge

chapter

choice

charity

championship

achieve

speechless

mischief

exchange

archbishop

backchat

research

chemistry

chaotic

charcoal

cheque

chronic

orchestra

characteristic

chiropractor

choreography

chauvinist

psychology

technology

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Choose activities from your ‘SPELLING ACTIVITIES’ page on the Blog (http://learningts.global2.vic.edu.au/2020/04/17/spelling-activities-term-2/) to practise your words.  Copy your words into your spelling books – check carefully that you have spelt them correctly.

Spelling week 2, term 4 – oi and oy words

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oi as in oil      oy as in boy      oy at the end of a syllable before a vowel 

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oil

spoil

boil

foil

soil

join

coin

spoil

noise

point

toy

enjoy

toilet

poison

choice

voice

avoid

noisy

ointment

rejoice

disappoint

moist

joint

point

appointment

checkpoint

moisture

ointment

poisonous

disappointment

tortoise

choice

avoid

spoilsport

asteroid

hardboiled

turmoil 

turquoise

voyage

employment

enjoyment

oyster 

royalty

tabloid

flamboyant 

loyal

loyalty

decoy

Choose activities from your ‘SPELLING ACTIVITIES’ page on the Blog (http://learningts.global2.vic.edu.au/2020/04/17/spelling-activities-term-2/) to practise your words.  Copy your words into your spelling books – check carefully that you have spelt them correctly.

Column Graphs (A type of bar graph)

For Maths you have been asked to complete a dice investigation to see if all numbers have an equal chance of being rolled.

  1. First you need to watch the video:

https://education.abc.net.au/home#!/media/2006847/chance-and-playing-with-dice

2. Create a table in your maths book.

For example…….

Kindergarten SuperKids: Roll & Tally Freebie | Probability activities, Tally marks kindergarten, Kindergarten math

3:  Roll a die 50x and record the results.

4.  Graph the results to show which numbers were rolled. You need to create a column graph (a column graph can also be called a bar graph).

Watch the video and look at this example of a column graph to help you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReW4MPqXTvA

Column Graph

If you feel confident creating another type of graph such as a pie graph or a line graph, you may do so (instead of a column graph).

 

 

Spelling week one, term 4 – SS words

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cross

across

floss

gloss

glossy

bless

chess

dress

press

confess

guess

stress

address

confess

blessing

missing

compass

express

impress

discuss

guess

progress

possible

massive

assembly

assignment

dissolve

business

witness

impress

pressure

impossible

discussion

passenger

possibly

permission

accessory

assistance

dissatisfied

dismissal

essential

excessive

necessity

obsessive

passionate

procession

professional

possessive

Choose activities from your ‘SPELLING ACTIVITIES’ page on the Blog (http://learningts.global2.vic.edu.au/2020/04/17/spelling-activities-term-2/) to practise your words.  Copy your words into your spelling books – check carefully that you have spelt them correctly.  

R.E lesson – Monday the 5th of October

Morning Prayer

 

Dear Lord,

We gather in your name, open our ears and hearts so we may hear your voice.  Guide us in our choices today, as we work and play and help us to be more like you each day.

Jesus you taught us many stories and we choose to share this story today…

Lord we pray to you…

Monday Action Prayer

God, be near us as we learn and grow. Help us to remember how Jesus lived his life and to follow his example of love and forgiveness in all we do today.

Tuesday Action Prayer

Lord, we pray for those in need of healing. Please help anyone facing a challenge in their life. Help us to include others and to spread kindness wherever we go.

Wednesday Action Prayer

Jesus, you showed others how to be kind and tolerant. Help us to be kind to everyone, to accept people for who they are and to be the best friend that we can be.

Thursday Action Prayer

God, your beautiful creations amaze us. Thank you for the gift of life, for creating the trees, the sea, the flowers and the animals. Help us to care for all of creation.

Friday Action Prayer

Lord, you have given us many wonderful blessings. Thank you for our families, our teachers and our friends. Help us to be grateful for all our precious gifts.

Amen.

R.E inquiry lesson (Friday October 9th, 2020) – Rules and laws

Hi 3/4’s

What do you know about rules and laws ?

Watch the following video to find out a story about rules.

What if everybody did that?

What are our schools behaviour guidelines?

Do you know them?

Why are they important ?

ACTIVITY:

Make a poster noting down the 5 school rules using the appropriate colour. You can draw a picture for each rule too. 

I can follow directions

I always show respect for others

I listen to the speaker without interruptions

I speak appropriately

I treat property with care 

Post your poster to Seesaw once completed.

R.E – Wednesday October 7th, 2020

 

Hi ¾’s, 

Today (7th of October 2020) we celebrate “Our Lady of the Rosary (Mary). 

A Feast for All Time - Our Lady of the Rosary - My Catholic Kids
The month of October is a powerful time to draw close to Our Blessed Mother by praying the Rosary.  She loves it when we draw near to her in trust.  Praying the Rosary is similar to small children reaching up to hold the hand of their mother in complete trust.

During her lifetime, Mother Teresa always carried a rosary in her hand.  In this way, she said, she was holding Mary’s hand.

Saint Louis de Montfort said, “Mary is the safest, easiest, shortest, and most perfect way of approaching Jesus.”  May she draw us ever nearer to her Immaculate Heart and to that of her beloved Son.

Our Lady of the Rosary, Our Lady of Victory – Pray for us!

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For R.E’s activities for today you’ll need to do the following: 

    • Watch the video “All about the Rosary for kids”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phYXy3kOK24 
    • In your R.E book draw a set of rosary beads around the border of your page
    • Write the Hail Mary prayer in the middle of your page:
    • Hail, Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee.
      Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
      Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners,
      now and at the hour of our death.
      Amen.
    • Share you work on Seesaw once completed