I am learning to make a repeating pattern using triangles.
I know I can do it when I have used triangles to create a repeating pattern.
For this task you will need to make some triangles. You can create your own or follow the link below to find some that have already been prepared for you.
Using triangles, and only triangles, what repeating patterns can you create?
Make a collection of different triangle patterns and describe your patterns.
You can colour some of your patterns to help make them really interesting.
Using two different coloured pencils, create ten different interesting patterns and describe them.
Narrative – Thinking About Characters
I am learning to identify and describe characters in a story.
I know I can do it when I have chosen and describe a character from a story.
Choose one of your favourite books from your bookshelf.
Who is the main character?
Watch the video above to learn more about characters.
Draw a picture of your favourite character and label some facts about them. What do they look like? Are they friendly or mean?
Think of some interesting adjectives to describe the character.
Are there any supporting characters in the story?
Draw and label the supporting characters as well.
Building a Repeating Pattern
I am learning to understand a repeating pattern.
I know I can do it when I can create my own repeating pattern.
Patterns are a repeating sequence or design.
In the image above you can see some repeating pattern examples. You can see the pattern: same, same, different.
Using forks and spoons at home, create your own repeating patterns.
How many patterns can you make?
Take a photo of each different pattern and explain the sequence.
Patterns can be labelled using the alphabet. The examples above would be labelled A, A, B patterns instead of same, same, different. Label the patterns you made using the alphabet.
Click the link below to play a fun pattern game!
Literacy – Recount
I am learning to write a recount using interesting sentences including capital letters and full stops.
I know I can do it when I have written an interesting recount about my weekend.
What did you do on the weekend?
Write a recount about what you did or about an activity that you did on the weekend. Be sure to read over your work and make sure you included full stops and capital letters.
To make your writing really interesting, think about adding some adjectives to your sentences.
This blog is the place where you will find all of your Grade One remote learning work.
You will be able to see each day’s work at 3:30pm the day before. This gives you time to source any materials that you may need for each task.
Make sure to log in to your class Webex sessions each morning to check in with your teachers and classmates and share all of your hard work!