The sounds that our letters make

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42 pages 
 These are the Sounds for our Letters using the Queen’s English. 
 This pack will assist in helping to teach the sounds that our letters make. 
It shows if the sound is a vowel or a consonant, a long or short sound and has examples of the sounds in words. 
 They are sequenced in the order that is easiest to teach and make the most common used words. 

There are two sizes - The larger size can be used as a powerpoint or set of posters. 
Use the file as a PDF and just scroll through as a slide show on your Smartboard or Interactive Screen. 
The smaller size can be used as small cards on rings or smaller posters.

Graphing - A Word Wall

Graphing is a task that I love teaching. 
Developing a graph from data that students have collected is fun! Noisy but fun!


These Word Wall cards are great for displaying in your classroom. 
They have a heading, a description and an illustration. 
The size makes them great for display and still easy to see and read. 

I add the cards as we learn about the vocabulary about graphing. 

Included in this pack is a 'word splash' to do as an individual or it can be added to as a whole grade. 
The KWHL is great for capturing what students know before they start, what they want to know, how they think they will find it out and then after the unit of work they can record any new knowledge they have gained. 
This is great for sharing with parents at conferences. 

This pack is a great pack to help start you off on simple graphing. 

Happy graphing!

St. Patrick's Day - 17th March

This pack will help with writing an Informational Text  - there are facts, photo prompts, pictures for adding to a text and tasks to do to support the planning, writing and assessing a piece of writing. 

 This pack supports number sense, counting collections, days and months and number lines. 

 This pack will give you 17 writing tasks to choose from. 

Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone.

Harmony Day - March 21

Harmony Day is about celebrating cultural diversity. We should celebrate this every day, but this day highlights how great our country is.

We acknowledge this in March on the 21st. 

Did you know that ...
  • around 45 per cent of Australians were born overseas or have at least one parent who was
  • we identify with about 300 ancestries
  • since 1945, more than 7.5 million people have migrated to Australia
  • 85 per cent of Australians agree multiculturalism has been good for Australia
  • apart from English, the most common languages spoken in Australia are Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese, Greek, Vietnamese, Tagalog/Filipino, Spanish and Hindi
  • more than 60 Indigenous languages are spoken in Australia.
(Stats taken from this link)

Australia is a great place to live because of this diversity. Harmony Day is a celebration of our cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.
We respect community, cultural and religious diversity and foster a sense of belonging for everyone.
The colour orange represents social communication and meaningful conversations. It is about the freedom of ideas and encouragement of mutual respect. 
Last year I prepared a PowerPoint to share with my grade that provided information and tasks to help make a shared understanding of this day. 

Click here to see our pack on TpT

Here are examples of what is in the pack. 

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