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Y2 Spelling Practice, week commencing: 4th March 2019

The /ɔ:/ sound (‘or’) is usually spelt as a before l and ll.
Regular sounds: ball, wall, call, always, talk
Common exception word: pass
(*plus a homework sheet (page 6) for more able children)

Worksheets: Year 2 Spelling Practice Week 8 or download here.

Instructions to make flashcards: In order to make your “/ɔ:/ sound” words flashcards you will need cardstock (cereal box), printer, glue or double tape, scissors, laminating film (optional).

Cut the words individually and stick them on to the cardstock (optional: with the illustration on the back), laminate them if necessary.

Read the words with your child, ask what pattern can s/he see (excluding the common exception word) and ask how many syllables are in each of the words (you can use the clap method to count the syllables by saying the word and clap your hands together each time you hear a vowel sound).

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Weekly Spelling Practice, week commencing: 11th February 2019

The /aɪ/ sound spelt –y at the end of words.
Regular sounds: cry, fly, sky, July, dry
Common exception word: grass

Worksheets: Year 2 Spelling Practice Week 6 or download here.

Interactive Games: Spelling Check Games

Instructions to make flashcards: In order to make your “/aɪ/ sound” words flashcards you will need cardstock (cereal box), printer, glue or double tape, scissors, laminating film (optional). 

Cut the words individually and stick them on to the cardstock (optional: with the illustration on the back), laminate them if necessary.

Read the words with your child, ask what pattern can s/he see (excluding the common exception word) and ask how many syllables are in each of the words (you can use the clap method to count the syllables by saying the word and clap your hands together each time you hear a vowel sound).

Test your spelling here!

You can also play the games on your device i.e tablet by downloading the educandy app then type the code e74

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My A-Z Tracing Workbook allows children to trace the alphabet letters in both lower and upper case and then let them write the letters on their own. Each page has a picture and word that starts with the letter.

Available in English and Bahasa.

Buku “My A-Z Tracing Workbook” bisa membantu anak belajar menulis huruf alfabet baik huruf kecil maupun huruf besar dengan cara menebalkannya kemudian menulis sendiri. Setiap halaman dilengkapi dengan gambar dan tulisan yang berawalan dengan huruf yang bersangkutan. Tersedia dalam versi bahasa Inggris dan Indonesia. 

Workbook:
English Version here or here.
Bahasa Version here or here.

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Y2 Spelling Practice, week commencing: 4th March 2019

The /ɔ:/ sound (‘or’) is usually spelt as a before l and ll.
Regular sounds: ball, wall, call, always, talk
Common exception word: pass
(*plus a homework sheet (page 6) for more able children)

Worksheets: Year 2 Spelling Practice Week 8 or download here.

Instructions to make flashcards: In order to make your “/ɔ:/ sound” words flashcards you will need cardstock (cereal box), printer, glue or double tape, scissors, laminating film (optional).

Cut the words individually and stick them on to the cardstock (optional: with the illustration on the back), laminate them if necessary.

Read the words with your child, ask what pattern can s/he see (excluding the common exception word) and ask how many syllables are in each of the words (you can use the clap method to count the syllables by saying the word and clap your hands together each time you hear a vowel sound).

Terms and Conditions of Use:

  • You may print or download this file for your personal use only.
  • Please do not modify the file.
  • Not to be sold, distributed, reproduced or transferred in any form.
  • For permission requests please contact me by leaving a comment below (note: your comment will not be published).
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Weekly Spelling Practice, week commencing: 11th February 2019

The /aɪ/ sound spelt –y at the end of words.
Regular sounds: cry, fly, sky, July, dry
Common exception word: grass

Worksheets: Year 2 Spelling Practice Week 6 or download here.

Interactive Games: Spelling Check Games

Instructions to make flashcards: In order to make your “/aɪ/ sound” words flashcards you will need cardstock (cereal box), printer, glue or double tape, scissors, laminating film (optional). 

Cut the words individually and stick them on to the cardstock (optional: with the illustration on the back), laminate them if necessary.

Read the words with your child, ask what pattern can s/he see (excluding the common exception word) and ask how many syllables are in each of the words (you can use the clap method to count the syllables by saying the word and clap your hands together each time you hear a vowel sound).

Test your spelling here!

You can also play the games on your device i.e tablet by downloading the educandy app then type the code e74

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  • Please do not modify the file.
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  • Weekly Spelling Practise, week commencing: 4th February 2019

Regular sounds:
pencil
lentil
basil
April
utensil

Common exception word:
steak

Resources: Year 2 Spelling Practise Week 5

or download here.

Instructions:

In order to make your “il” words flashcards you will need cardstock (cereal box), printer, glue or double tape, scissors, laminating film (optional).

Cut the words individually and stick them on to the cardstock (optional: with the illustration on the back), laminate them if necessary.

Read the words with your child, ask what pattern can s/he see (excluding the common exception word) and ask how many syllables are in each of the words.

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Weekly Spelling Practise, week commencing: 28th January 2019

Regular sounds:

metal

coral

pedal

oval

animal

Common exception word:

break

Resources: Year 2 Spelling Practise Week 4

Instructions:

In order to make your “al” words flashcards you will need cardstock (cereal box), printer, glue or double tape, scissors, laminating film (optional).

Cut the words individually and stick them on to the cardstock (optional: with the illustration on the back), laminate them if necessary.

Read the words with your child, ask what pattern can s/he see (excluding the common exception word) and ask how many syllables are in each of the words.

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Below are the Year 5 Maths lesson plan ideas for Spring term 2019.

1. Number and Place Value
– Interpret negative numbers in context, count forwards and backwards with positive and negative whole numbers, including through 0.

2. Addition and Subtraction:
– Add and subtract whole numbers with more than four digits, using formal written methods (columnar addition and subtraction).
– Decide which method (including mental strategies) to use and why.

Download the worksheets here.

3. Properties of Shape:
– Know angles are measured in degrees (°).
– Recognise acute, obtuse and reflex angles.
– Solve problems involving properties of a rectangle and the angles.

Download the worksheets here.

4. Multiplication and Division:
– Multiply numbers up to 4-digits by 1 or 2 digit numbers using formal written methods including long multiplication.
– Divide numbers up to 4 digits by a 1 digit number using formal short division written method.
– Solve problems involving multiplication and subtraction.

image @garyhall

5. Fractions and decimals:
– Compare and order fractions whose denominators are all multiples of the same number.
– Identify, name, and write equivalent fractions.
– Add or subtract fractions with the same denominator.
– Add or subtract fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number.
– Write decimals as fractions
– Read, write, order and compare numbers with up to 2 decimal places.

6. Percentages:
– Recognise per cent (%) symbol and understand that per cent relates to number of parts per 100.
– Writes percentages as a fraction with denominator of 100 and as a decimal eg 35%=35/100=0.35

7. Statistics:
– Complete, read and interpret information in tables including timetables.

8.Measurements:
– Convert between units of measure eg centimeter and meter, centimeter and millimeter
– Understand and use approximate equivalences between metric units and common imperial units eg inches, feet.
– Measure and calculate the perimeter of rectangles in centimeters and meters.
– Measure and calculate the area of rectangles using standard units square centimeter cm² and square meter m².

Download the lesson plan here Year 5 Spring Term 2019 Maths Lesson Plans

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My Colouring Book Allah Sees Me by Nia Nuraeni Gustini LC.MA taken from the “Correct your Arabic pronunciations !” book (صَحِّحْ مَخَارِجَ حرُوْفِكَ!)

This colouring ebook is available in two versions: Arabic-English (bilingual) and Arabic-English-Bahasa (trilingual).

It has the Arabic sentence at the top of the page and then the English version at the bottom (and Bahasa for the trilingual version).

Children can enjoy reading this book with their parents (or by themselves) as well as colouring the illustrations.

Download the bilingual version here and the trilingual version here, إن شاء الله

Author Bio: Nia Nuraeni Gustini is a mother of six children, she is originally from Indonesia but currently living in Australia. Below is a list of her educational background and her achievements in Bahasa:

Name: Nia Nuraeni Gustini LC.MA
FB: Umm Marwan
Nama Anak-Anak: Marwan, Fatima, Luqman, Aasiah, Yunus, Ahmed

Latar belakang Pendidikan :
· S3 Bahasa Arab International University of Africa Sudan (sedang kuliah)
· S2 Bahasa Arab International Islamic University Malaysia  2004-2006
· S1 pendidikan Bahasa Arab International University of Africa Sudan 1998-2001

Pendidikan Non Formal:
• TESOL (Teaching English as Second Language)  di Australia Barat 2012.
• English Level 4 di TAFE , Australia Barat 2010.
• Harvard English College Bandung 1997

Pengalaman kerja :
• Pengajar pengajian Katanning, Australia Barat 2016-2018
• Guru bahasa arab dan Al-quran di International Islamic  school Malaysia 2006-2007
• Penterjemah bahasa Arab di Rumah sakit International Bangkok Thailand 2007
• Dosen pembimbing  untuk mata pelajaran kepemimpinan dan managemen di International Islamic University Malaysia2004-2006
• Pengajar Bahasa Arab di Pertama pusat bahasa Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 2004-2006
• Asisten Sekertaris Penerbitan majalah di club untuk pelajar S2 di International Islamic University Malaysia 2005
• Pengajar Bahasa Inggris di kemping musim panas untuk pelajar Thailand di International Islamic University Malaysia 2005
• Pengajar bahasa Arab di kemping musim panas untuk pelajar 5 universitas  local Malaysia yang diadakan oleh International Islamic University Malaysia 2005
• Mengajar bahasa Arab di Sekolah Islam Sadao, Songkla, Thailand.2004
• Dosen bahasa arab di Ma’had Al-Imarat untuk dirasat Islamiyayah dan luggoh Arabiyah di Bandung 2002-2003
• Guide istri mentri agama Prof Agil munawir di Makkah musim haji 1420 th 2002
• Petugas haji di kantor administrasi cabang Makkah untuk musimhaji 1420 th 2002
• Penterjemah Ibu presiden Sinta Nuriah ketika kunjungan di Sudan 1999

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Below are the Year 2 Maths lesson plan ideas for Spring term 2019.

1. Time
– Tell and write the time to 5 minutes including quarter past/to the hour, half past and o’clock.
– Know the number of minutes in an hour and hours in a day.

Download the worksheets here and here.

2. Fractions:
– Recognise, find and name a half (1/2), quarter (1/4) or third (1/3) of an object/shape or set of objects.
– Understand the non unit fractions 2/4 and 3/4.

3. Addition and subtraction:
– Add/subtract numbers using concrete objects, pictures and mentally; including a two-digit number and ones (TU+U), a two-digit number and tens (TU+T), two two-digit numbers (TU+TU), T: tens U: units/ones.

Download the worksheets here.

4. Money:
– Recognise and use symbols for pounds (£) and pence (p).
– Combines coins to make a particular value.
– Find different different combinations of coins that equal the same amounts of money.
– Calculate change to be given.

Download the worksheets here.

5. Faces, shapes and patterns:
– Identify number of sides and lines of symmetry in 2D shapes.
– Identify and describe the properties of 3D shapes including number of edges, vertices and faces.
– Sequence of shapes.
– Describe position, direction and movement including left turn, right turn, clockwise and anticlockwise.

Download the lesson pdf version here Year 2 Spring Term 2019 Maths Lesson Plans.

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