Week 11 Reminders

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 15, 2019

Hi 3Go, Parents & Carers,

Just a couple of reminders as we head into our final week of school for 2019. It will be fun-filled and I’m looking forward to enjoying the final week with you all.

Monday – Meet the Teacher for 2020 (Session 2)

Wednesday – Class Party! (As per the note sent home on Friday)

In the spirit of sharing, we invite students to each bring a share plate in addition to their usual lunch item.

We have a number of students with allergies to the foods listed (Nuts, Kiwi fruit, dairy including egg, lentils, gluten) and we request that any homemade contributions come with the ingredients listed.

Thursday – Mr. Jackson’s Movie Day

Friday – Final Day of School (early dismissal after assembly)

Thank you!

Week 10 Events

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 8, 2019

Week 10 Reminders

Hi 3Go,

Some reminders for Week 10!

I am looking forward to a fun second last week of 2019!

MONDAY – Carols Night (Cross your fingers and toes for some good weather and don’t forget your voices!).  You are welcome to come wearing any Xmas t-shirts, headbands etc but no need to buy anything specially.

TUESDAY – Day in the Life – Step up to Grade 4! (First 4 sessions of the day – the roll will be marked in the classroom first)

WEDNESDAY – Helpers Morning Tea – 10:40am in the hall for our wonderful helpers who have contributed to our school in any way in 2020 (classroom, concert, excursions, working bees, etc)

THURSDAY – Last Swimming Lesson

FRIDAY – Don’t forget to return any borrowed library books

****REMINDER: Mr Jackson’s Movie Day event is open for payments on Compass – please remember to consent and pay for this enjoyable school event in the last week of term. Consent due by Friday 13th Dec.

Swimming Safety Lesson – Thursday

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 3, 2019

Hi 3Go,

A reminder for this week’s swimming lesson:-

THURSDAY SWIMMING – Old shorts and t-shirt required for water safety session in the pool on Thursday 5th DEC (in addition to the usual bathers, cap, goggles and towel). Old shorts & t-shirt will go over bathers and students will be in the pool in these clothes.

Thanks,

Ms. G.

Head Lice in 3Go

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 3, 2019

We have had another incident of head lice in room 16. 

I attach some information for parents/carers – click on the link below:

headlicepamphlet – PDF

Reading Groups – Links for week 8

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 25, 2019

40_28_MIID_Democratic

https://reading.ecb.org/

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Drawing Conclusions and Making Inferences- Student Book D

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 25, 2019

Hi 3Go,

A couple of reminders for Week 8:

THURSDAY SWIMMING – Old shorts and t-shirt required for water safety session in the pool on Friday 29th NOV (in addition to the usual bathers, cap, goggles and towel)

INTEGRATED STUDIES

Each student needs to bring a shoebox or similar sized box to school for construction of their Stop Motion set.

Please make sure you have the Stop Motion Studio app loaded on your iPad.  This should have automatically loaded onto your iPad at school unless there was not enough storage.  The icon will look like this:

 

How to Make a Stop Motion Movie Link

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 22, 2019

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Reading Group Links, Week 7

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 19, 2019

Hatters/Alices

Noun Ninja:

How many nouns can you find within your reading?Find them all and sort them into the category of name, place, time (date/month). Then borrow some nouns from your reading to turn into a game of sentence tennis.

Sentence Tennis: In pairs, write the nouns on a piece of paper in front of you. Person A creates a sentence using one of the nouns and crosses it off the list. Person B has to continue the topic by adding another sentence using a different noun. Continue back and forth until all nouns on the list have been used. You can be as wacky as you want, but the sentences still need to flow and be grammatically correct.

House Swimming Tomorrow!

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 11, 2019

A reminder for our House Swimming Sports tomorrow at 12pm (Grade 3).  Please make sure you have your bathers, towel, cap and goggles tomorrow (and a big voice ready to cheer on your house!).

Parents:Please note that due to limited space at the pool and the short duration of the events parents are asked not to attend.

****We will still have our usual swimming class this Thursday.

Talk Homework – Important Message for Parents

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Posted by msgordon | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 7, 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

Next week, 3Go are writing a procedural text in the form of a recipe!  I need to think about the recipe I am going to write.  It could be a recipe I have made before, a family favourite or an imaginative recipe. I could even make my recipe with you before I need to write my procedure!

I need to think about what kind of information I need to include in my recipe.

The main questions I need to consider are:

  • Title
  • Ingredients
  • Numbered Steps/Method
  • Any special instructions (ie. remember to taste to check…., don’t forget to…..)

I need to talk about my ideas with as many family members as possible. A great time to do this is while we are all sitting at the table for dinner. Could we please turn off the TV and put phones away so that I can concentrate.

I would love to hear your opinions and ideas as well to help me with my ideas.

Can you give me some up-levelled V.C.O.P for my writing?

V= Vocabulary

C= Connective, words that join ideas together

O= Openers, amazing ways to start a sentence. Words that end in ‘ly’ or ‘ing’ are power openers

P= Punctuation, I will show you Kung Fu Punctuation (hand signals) to demonstrate

Thanks so much!

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