Planning for Term 4 - Toys

We started our last planning session with an audit or summary tool of what we had already covered. 
This has our Curriculum Areas and Domains across the top. 
The grey areas are the areas we do not assess against but still need to teach. 
This ensures our kids have the necessary skills when they go up into next year's grade. 

Next step was to look at what we hadn't taught against what we wanted to teach and then see what curriculum areas it addressed. 
The white column that hasn't been coloured at all is PE. 
We have a PE teacher who addresses this for us. Lucky us!

This pages below show the Inquiry Process headings with question prompts. The pile of sticky notes waiting for us to place tasks and assessment on them from what the kids wanted to explore. 

As we are holidays at the moment I haven't yet typed it all up. 
But it will be exciting - I will share when typed.

Here are the sheets with our ideas on them - we also spent time looking at our discovery learning word work, writing tasks and maths planning in detail.  A very fruitful day.


  1. I really like that audit tool! I'll need to work on one for the Aust Curric.

    1. I have started to have a go at this - but because in Vic we have AusVELS - I think I need to wait a bit
      Paula from Paula’s Place and iSURF Maths

  2. Hi Liz, I am an Aussie teacher and this is an audit I made for our AusVELS in Victoria.
    Paula from Paula’s Place and iSURF Maths

  3. I love having a little look at how other teachers from schools around Australia plan! It might make a good link party...

    Lifelong Learners in Prep


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...