Week B

Stage 2

These learning activities are designed to be completed in sequence beginning on Monday

Daily Prayer

Thank you for my Life!

Begin with the Sign of the Cross
In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, Amen.

Close your eyes and take 3 deep breaths, breathing in and out three times

Resources: Paper, pencil,

Complete this prayer:

Dear God,

Thank you for family.
Write down the names of all the family members that you want to thank God for.

Thank you for friends.
Write down the names of all the friends that you want to thank God for.

Thank you for each moment I play.
Write down your favourite games

Thank you for the food I eat.
Write down you favourite food

Thank you every day


Conclude with the sign of the cross

Note: Please use the whole prayer or parts of it to suit your child’s age and needs.

Religious Education

Learning Intention

We are learning how Christians are inspired to live according to the teachings of Jesus.

Success Criteria

I will know I am successful when I:

  • can describe and explain the qualities of a saint

  • can identify ways that saints follow Jesus' example


S2 Christian Life- demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of Christian life as living in accord with God’s commandments, making choices inspired by the teachings and example of Jesus.

You will need

The activity you choose will determine the equipment you need.


Show other people how they can live a saintly life. Choose your audience (who?) and your format (what?) from the list below.


  • whole school or parish community

  • next year's Kindergarten students

  • families

  • people from a non-Christian background


  • poster

  • short movie or trailer

  • radio interview

  • podcast

  • Google Slide presentation

  • brochure

Remember to refer to your learning from this week.

Questions to support my thinking

Activity too hard?

  • Start by naming things that people do to live like Jesus. Ways that they are kind, welcoming, inclusive, generous, loving etc

Activity too easy?

  • Find a way to share your work with a real-life audience.


Learning Intention

We are learning to use use visual images to respond to ideas, experience and information in a text.

Success Criteria

I will know I am successful when I:

  • can reflect on messages contained in images in a text

  • can create my own visual representation of an idea in a text.

Aligned to English outcomes


Thinks imaginatively, creatively and interpretively about information, ideas and texts when responding to and composing texts.

You will need



Craft tools
Lead Pencil


Creative Response

  • Open the Google slides (on the right) and follow the written and audio prompts as you listen to the story and think about the text.

  • Complete Independent Reading as outlined on the slides.

  • Complete Independent Writing as outlined on the slides.

Questions to support my thinking

Activity too hard?

  • Choose some sentences from the book and draw and colour a picture to match.

Activity too easy?

  • List the colours you used to create your gumtree and explain why you choose these colours.




Learning Intention

We are learning to measure lengths.

Success Criteria

I will know I am successful when:

  • I can find more than one solution

  • I can record lengths in metres and centimetres

  • I can add lengths.

Aligned to Mathematics outcomes


Measures, records, compares and estimates lengths, distances and perimeters in metres, centimetres and millimetres, and measures and compares temperatures.

You will need


Tape Measure
Lead Pencil


Wrapping Ribbon 2

You have 20 m of ribbon to wrap 12 presents.

Some presents need more than a metre of ribbon and some need less than a metre.

What lengths will you cut so that you use as much of the 20 m as possible?

Record your ribbon lengths in m and cm.

Questions to support my thinking

Activity too hard?

  • What if each ribbon was 100cm long? How many could you cut from 20m?

Activity too easy?

  • Make a table to show your ribbon lengths in m, cm and mm.

Image source: Pixabay

Brain Breaks

Be sure to take a break at least every hour or so.

There are some ideas in the slideshow, but feel free to come up with your own activities.

Week B Brain breaks K-6