Archive for the 'Year 2' Category

Is-sajf

Din il-karta ta’ taħriġ tinkludi poeżija u attivitajiet relatati mat-topik tas-sajf. Din immirata għat-tfal tat-tieni sena.

sajf

Dorianne Farrugia

pdoppositespresentation

A pair of

A pair of

PD learning

Alla Halaq Kollox

English-My ball

This is a PowerPoint Presentation which can be used during an English lesson.  My ball

Studji Socjali-Jiena Specjali

Dan huwa PowerPoint Presentation li jista’ jintuza fil-lezzjoni tal-Istudji Socjali Jiena Speċjali

flat shapes

some worksheets for flat shapes

cw_shapes2

cw_shapes3

colour prop

match prop

L-Annimali fir-Razzett

Dan huma ftit Power Point presentations li wieħed jista’ juża’ waqt il-Malti dwar l-annimali fir-razzett. Fost dawn issib stejjer u eżerċizzji dwar l-annimali li nsibu fir-razzett, iż-zgħar tal-annimali, il-maskil u l-femminil, il-ħsejjes tal-annimali u d-djar tal-annimali.

Annimali fir-razzett

Fir-razzett (Maskil u femminil)

Annimali zghar

Iz-zghar ta’ l-annimali

Djar ta’ l-annimali

Hsejjes fir-razzett

Worksheets li jakkumpanjaw dawn l-istejjer jinsabu fl-artiklu “Ktejjeb bil-Malti” li jinsab fl-elresources. Tistgħu issibuhom billi tgħafsu fuq dan l-indirizz: http://elresources.skola.edu.mt/2009/12/ktejjeb-ta-worksheets-bil-malti-ghat-tieni-sena/#more-35 taħt ir-raba’ taqsima.

Il-Power Point dwar “Ħsejjes fir-razzett” tispiċċa bil-kliem ta’ kanzunetta. Tistgħu tniżżlu din il-kanzunetta ta’ Marianne Agius (verżjoni mp3) minn hawn: Fir-Razzett

Xogħol ta’ Mrs Antonella Ferrante
elearning teacher

Building Language for Literacy

http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/bll/

Learn to read with Nina the Naming NewtReggie the Rhyming Rhino and Leo the Letter-Loving Lobster, three original characters created for Building Language for Literacy, who lead children on a language adventure to different places in the community, helping children not only develop language skills, but a sense of the world around them, as well.

“Building Language for Literacy is the definitive early literacy program that equips young children with the critical language and literacy skills and experiences they need to build the foundation for success in reading.”
(http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=7615)

How to integrate Building Language for Literacy in our teaching:

Nina the Naming Newt” helps students identify places within their community and common items found in those places. This is a wonderful activity to integrate with Social Studies about ‘The World around Us’. Children drag the correct items into the box.  It is a great activity to learn everyday vocabulary.

Leo the Letter-Loving Lobster” activity  helps a small group of students with letter recognition by having pupils choose the letters that match the object. Students can also keep a word dictionary in a notebook and add the new words that they spelled.

Pupils practice their rhyming skills with “Reggie the Rhyming Rhino“.  Pupils choose the words that rhyme in a fun way especially if activity is done on an Interactive Whiteboard.

All activities may be worked out on an Interactive Whiteboard.

Read about more ideas on how to integrate these activities in the following link: http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=7615

Submitted by: A Giles (eLearning Teacher)
Website:  http://theeteacher.wordpress.com/

Game Goo – fun, educational games for kids

http://www.earobics.com/gamegoo/gooey.html

Check out this really great website containing games to improve reading at the primary age level.  It can be found on the Earobics Foundation website, a foundation aiming to tackle difficulties in reading at Kinder, Early and Junior levels.

“With Earobics, educators have the tools and resources they need to provide flexible classroom instruction for students of all abilities, and help their at-risk learners close the achievement gap before it’s too late.” http://www.earobics.com/solutions/programs.php

The fun, educational games on GameGoo are split in 3 levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced, with characters, such as Squanky and Fearless Frieda which will appeal to the children.

How to integrate GameGoo into our teaching:

GameGoo games may be used in the classroom to reinforce literacy and reading.  They compliment any language lesson throughout all the Primary Years.  Moreover, such a website works great on an Interactive Whiteboard.

Enjoy!

Submitted by: A Giles (eLearning Teacher)
Website:  http://theeteacher.wordpress.com/