Lesson for Year 4, 5 & 6 students on Microsoft Word

Dear Parents / Guardians

This Wednesday 29th April at 2:00pm , I, together with Ms Laura Schembri, our Digital Literacy HOD, will be holding an Online Lesson with Year 4, 5, 6 students on Microsoft Word. I know that most students know how to use Word – so they need not attend this lesson. However, if there are some students who do not know how to use Word, can attend this lesson. This is the Agenda for the lesson:

1. Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013
2. Creating a Folder in Desktop
3. Saving a Microsoft Word document in this folder
4. Viewing tabs in Microsoft Word 2013
5. Viewing tools in Microsoft Word
6. How to print in Microsoft Word
7. Time for questions from students

This lesson will be about 1 hour 15 minutes long. Click below at about 1.50pm on Wednesday 29th April to attend this lesson:

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Earth Day Drawings

Earth Day – Upload messages and drawings on Earth Day. You can do so by going on this padlet: EARTH DAY
Then click on the bottom right hand corner + sign. Add a comment and a drawing on Earth Day.
The best drawings will be featured in our school magazine.

Year 6.1

Year 6.1 – Regular work by our students. Well done Mr Leonard Mizzi, Ms Charmaine Farrugia and Ms Sharon Scicluna. Work is being given to students and teacher corrects and gives feedback. We are so proud of you.

K1.1 – Penguins

The Penguins topic emerged when a group of children were playing with small plastic animals using kinetic sand in a tuff tray.
Children love animals so I decided to start by mentioning some characteristics of penguins. Where and how penguins live. They can stay on land or in water. They also use their flippers to help them to swim. Penguins eat fish and drink sea water. While they live in the snow, they huddle each other to stay warm. Penguins are covered in feathers.
Every day we made penguin crafts besides other activities. Mathematical concepts included penguin counting, ice-hopping game and comparing penguin height and weight with that of the children.
Recognition of letter p, treasure hunt search, tracing and drawing in salt, spaghetti and shaving foam writing.
Children learned new vocabulary by listening to penguin songs, stories and labelling penguin body parts.
Several outdoor activities were ice-berg hopping, penguin freeze and penguin waddling race. Children used their gross motor skills by jumping, diving, slipping like penguins do.
We have finished this interesting topic about penguins by making cracker penguin faces, eating ice-cream and ice-cube sensory play.
Ms. Josianne and Ms. Claudette. Kg 1.1