Activity 1 – Disco!
Bring your mum, dad, pets, brothers and sisters to the Prep/Grade 1/Grade 2 disco at 9:15-10:15am today.
Disco Zoom details:
The Digital Disco will be hosted on the Zoom platform (NOT Webex).
Here is the digital disco access link that will provide direct access to the digital disco at the scheduled time of 9:15am.
Activity 2 – Class Morning Tea!
Set up a morning tea for you to have with your class at 10:45am in your usual Webex room.
You may want to have some of the food you made yesterday for the disco. Bring your disco decoration, that you made, to share with the class.
Activity 3 – Enjoy Your Holidays!
Today is the last day of Term 3… Have a wonderful break!
I am learning to follow a recipe to make snacks.
I know I can do it when I have followed a recipe and made snacks with my family.
In preparation for the disco coming up tomorrow, we thought it would be a fun activity for you to make some disco snacks.
Choose one or more of the recipes below to make. It can be your special snack to have after the disco.
Choose one or more of the following recipes:
- Packet of marshmallows
- Chocolate to melt (can be cooking chocolate or chocolate melts)
- Melt the chocolate in a microwave or a double boiler and let it cool a little.
- Dip half of each marshmallow in the melted chocolate and make them stand, chocolate covered parts will look up.
- Wait 2 minutes and then dip them into sprinkles
- Chill for 30 minutes and serve or pack away.
Pretzel Party Lights
- Packet of pretzels
- White chocolate to melt (can be cooking chocolate or chocolate melts)
- Melt the chocolate in a microwave or a double boiler.
- Dip the pretzels in the chocolate (Use a fork and tap the pretzel against the side of the bowl to let any excess chocolate drip off).
- Place the pretzels on a baking sheet.
- Apply sprinkles before the chocolate hardens.
Fruit Disco Sticks
- Fruit of your choice cut up into small chunks
- Marshmallows (optional)
- Take a wooden skewer and thread your chosen fruit onto each.
- Place a marshmallow on the end if you wish to.
- Repeat process to make as many as you like.
How to Make a Decoration
I am learning to write and/or record a procedural text.
I know I can do it when I have created a procedural text.
Watch the video below of a boy making a paper plane.
This video is an example of a procedural text as the boy explains how to make the plane.
Remember that procedural texts are used to explain and teach us how to do something.
The boy in the video needed to write down the steps and words that he needed to say and follow before recording himself and showing others how to make a paper aeroplane.
Yesterday, you made a decoration to make your house disco ready for Friday.
Today, you are going to tell or show another person how to make a decoration.
It can be the one you made yesterday, or it can be something simple like a paper chain or Chinese lantern.
You can write a script and record a video of yourself demonstrating how to make the decoration you choose (Use the boy in the paper plane video as an example).
You can write a procedure that explains each of the steps required to make your disco decoration.
See if anyone in your family can follow your instructions!
Getting Your House Disco-Ready
I am learning to create a decoration to prepare a party space for the disco on Friday.
I know I can do it when I have successfully created a disco decoration.
Have you thought about WHERE you are going to disco on Friday? Have you chosen a space where you can get funky and show off your coolest dance moves in your disco outfit?
You know what this space needs…? DECORATIONS!
Create your own disco decorations using items like paper, string and scissors from around your home.
Click the links below for some ideas on what to create or you can think of your own!
Paper Lanterns: Click Here
Pom-Poms: Click Here
Snowflake Ballerinas: Click Here
Mindful Colouring Flags: Click Below
You could also create some streamers with coloured paper or tissue paper.
Creating a Kitchen Disco Character
I am learning to create my own character.
I know I can do it when I have created a character with character traits and abilities.
This week, we are preparing for the Grade One Disco on Friday.
Watch/Listen to the story below called ‘Kitchen Disco’ by Clare Foges and Al Murphy.
Can you draw or make your own Kitchen Disco character?
Consider other items found in your kitchen for your inspiration such as tongs, pots, fridge, saucepans, and cutlery.
What is your character’s name?
What sort of character are they? Happy? Grumpy? Sleepy?
What is their favorite dance move?
Can you make or cut the character out and bring it to the disco on Friday to dance with?
Design Your Disco Outfit!
I am learning to draw and label images I have created.
I know I can do it when I have designed and labelled my own outfit for the disco on Friday.
It is almost DISCO TIME! On Friday we are going to celebrate the end of term with a Grade One DISCO!
But before we do that, we’ve got some preparation to do!
Today, your task is to design an outfit that you would like to wear for the disco on Friday.
Discos are fun and you can wear any crazy thing you want!
Think about accessories like hats, scarves, feather boas, shoes, glasses, crowns, and jewellery.
Draw your outfit and label the things you have included.
Write a sentence about some of the items you have decided to include in your legendary disco outfit!