Resolutions can be goals we want to accomplish over a short period of time (short-term goals) or goals we want to accomplish over a year or many years (long-term goals). Whether your child wants to send more letters to your grandparents, try a new sport, spend more time outdoors, or learn something new, it's great great for them and family members to set goals! So why not encourage them to make a list of long- and short-term resolutions and keep track of their progress. After watching the presentation, invite your child to think of 4 of their own resolutions: 2 related to school and 2 personal ones. If possible, they could write them on the new year decorative page boarder attached.
Then encourage your child to ask their family members about the New Year's resolutions they've made in the past. Which ones have they kept successfully? Which ones have they failed to keep? Please offer them advice about what types of resolutions to make and how to succeed in keeping the resolutions you make.
Next, they should write their Christmas holiday report (see sheet attached). If time allows please also ask them to write up to 3 highlights from their holiday.
Finally, for some fun include some Christmas holiday selfies and/or some Christmas holiday snapshots.
In Maths the focus today is on multiplying and dividing by 6.
Please see the learning slides or a similar video depending on what your child prefers.
After your child goes though the presentation OR watches the video please ask them to complete the sheet.
Video link: https://vimeo.com/478522348