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  • Name : James Lodewyk Room: 17 Year: 3 Teacher : Penny Elson Nurturing Growth for a Lifetime of Learning
  • My Reading Goal – Term One 2011 My reading goal is; To use my prior knowledge so I can make predictions about what will happen next in the story
  • My writing goal is; To use capital letters correctly. This means that I always use a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence and that I don’t use capital letters in the middle of words or sentences.
  • My maths goal is to make groupings to 20 * I can add and take away numbers to make 20 * I know the answers straight away * I can write the answers down
  • I can work independently
  • Student: ……………………… Parent: ……………………… Teacher: ……………………… Date: 10/3/2011 Thank you for coming to share my learning goals.
  • My Reading Goals – Term One 2011
    • How you can help at home:
    • Listen to me read my book every night. Follow the text as I am reading so you know I am reading the words correctly.
    • If I make a mistake ask me to try it again.
    • If I am stuck on a word ask me to:
      • Look at the picture to see what word would make sense.
      • Ask me to break the word up into sounds or chunks and help me blend it back together.
    • Ask me questions about my book to check my understanding. Ask me what might happen next. Ask me to tell you about the characters, the setting and the plot.
    • Read books to me so we can enjoy stories together. Take turns reading a page each.
    • How you can help at home:
    • Help me to write things for you: notes, lists, letters and
    • emails.
    • Write a diary together about a family outing or about
    • the weekend.
    • Work with me on my spelling words. Revise the essential
    • words by spelling out loud and writing them down.
    • Play scrabble, do word finds and crosswords together.
    • I know sentences start with a capital letter – you can
    • help me to always do this when I am writing at home.
    • How you can help at home:
    • Count forwards and backwards with me in 1’s, 2’s, 5’s and
    • 10’s to 100.
    • Count forwards and backwards with me in 1’s, 2’s, 5’s and
    • 10’s within decades from 100 to 1000.
    • Play board games like Monopoly, Ludo, Snakes and
    • Ladders, Uno, Memory, and Snap with me.
    • Practice my basic facts using flash cards. We can make
    • these at home together.
    • Play make 21 with cards and other card games where I
    • have to add up the numbers quickly.