Pegasus will start in week 3 of Term 1. Students will receive an envelope addressed to their parents to confirm selection for our first programs for the year. There are 3 Pegasus groups. They are,
Grade 1 and 2 – Mondays – 11.10 to 12.45pm
Grade 3 and 4 – Fridays – 1.55pm to 3.15pm
Grade 5 and 6 – Mondays – 9.10 to 10.30am
The Technologies curriculum will be the focus for the program this term. Students will have an introduction to coding. They will have an opportunity to develop their programming skills and digital literacy while learning a variety of coding languages.
Apollo Parkways Primary School sends their proud and supportive well wishes to our first place G.A.T.E.WAYS Challenge winners who will be competing in the finals on Friday 2nd December. Now that the local qualifying finals are complete, teams can begin to access and utilise the preparation resources for the finals. Please view the general advice and activity pack here. Our Grade 5 and 6 team, Apollo Winners are…
Welcome to your 3rd Pegasus session! The focus of today is to finalise your topic and create questions for you to base your personal inquiry on.
TASK ONE: Create a fact finder chart in Pages on the iPad/Laptop. First create a table with the following headings.
Then create a question using each keyword to start your research for your selected ancient civilization. Type the questions into the table under each heading (keyword). Print it off and hand to your teacher (please remember to title the document, using the name of your ancient civilization, and put your name)
TASK TWO: Words Galore!
Brainstorm as many keywords as you can that surround your mind and jump out of your head in regards to the ancient civilization that you have selected to base your inquiry on. You may remember the list of keywords we developed together last week when we discussed ‘archaeology’. Using coloured Textas will also help you to make connections, create a legend to show common themes or simply make your word poster look awesome! 🙂
TASK THREE: An individual Inquiry deserves an Individual approach!
Browse the ‘Passion Project’ printed table. Celebrate that we are all individuals who learn differently with our own set of talents. Today you are to view the ‘Knowledge’ column and think about the first stage of learning – Please select any 2 activities to complete today!
Click here to access our get to know each other ‘Padlet’. What is a Padlet?
Well click on the link and find out!
Hope you enjoy our Pegasus topic this term! I am looking forward to working with each of you as you research and complete an inquiry project.
In 2016, all Pegasus sessions will be taught by Miss Tomat in the…
Escape from Greystone Manner
Go to this website and create a circuit! Once finished – screen shot and show Mrs. Eames-Mayer before moving on to the next activity.
Go to this website and answer the following questions:
What makes a circuit work?
What are the two types of power sources?
What is a conductor?
What is an insulator?
Why are switches useful?
Types of Energy
Go to this website and answer the following questions.
What are the two main types of energy? Describe them
Give a definition for: mechanical , heat, chemical, electrical and gravitational energy
Catch the Beat
Use the website below to learn more clues about cryptic crosswords
To have a go at another cryptic crossword see this website:
To have another go at identifying the beats for songs:
After the first week of Numero students receieved the following results;
Please note some students played 3 games and other played 4, this is why large decrepancies have occured.
- basic number recognition from zero to 15
- basic number facts of all four operations
- speed of recall.
As the game develops and players move to more difficult levels with the introduction of Wild Cards, additional concepts and skills are developed and reinforced including:
At its higher levels, with the introduction of more wild cards and scoring, Numero continues to challenge minds and develop concepts such as:
- squared and cubed roots
- multiple equations
- point scoring.
At all levels of Numero there is a high level of problem solving and understanding of strategy which develops from basic stages with young students to complex moves that will challenge the brightest mathematical mind.