Let’s Make a Pizza!
I am learning to construct a procedural text about a familiar experience.
I know I can do it when I can draw, write and explain the steps I took to complete a task.
Over the next 2 days, we are going to make a pizza!
Today you will have a go at writing the procedural text that explains how to make a pizza.
Tomorrow you will follow the text that you have created to make your own pizza!
Your task today is to write a procedural text to explain the steps that you must follow to make a delicious home-made pizza.
Write your procedural text in your Journal Book.
Remember to include:
- A title (and the date).
- A goal for your procedure (to make a pizza).
- A list of ingredients that you will need.
- A list of steps to follow in order to create your yummy pizza.
You also have Reading Eggs tasks to continue with.
Time – Calendars
I am learning to become familiar with some features of a calendar.
I know I can do it when I begin to become familiar with how many days are in each month.
Today we are going to be looking at calendars. We are going to explore how many days there are in each month.
Watch the video below to learn more. ↓↓↓
Looking at the above image showing a calendar page for the month of June, answer the following questions:
How many days are there in June?
On the 1st of June, what day of the week is it?
What day of the week is it on the last day of June?
How many Thursdays are there in June this year?
Using your own calendar or the calendar on a phone, computer or iPad, answer the following questions:
Can you find your birthday month on the calendar?
What day of the week is your birthday this year?
How many days are there in your birthday month?