Ongoing Support Available
Hello Glen Huon Primary School Community,
School Support staff: Dianna Atkins (School Social Worker), Natasha Laird (School Psychologist), and Emma Middleton (School Nurse) will continue to be available to support students and families throughout this difficult time. Please contact us by phoning the school during business hours and we will get back to you either via phone or email.
Please find on the school website and Facebook page a link to a comprehensive list of resources that you and your family may find helpful to access at this time. It is under the Learning From Home Tab on the website called Services Guide.
Natasha, Dianna and Emma.
Please enjoy the holiday break and don't worry about how we will go in Term two. All we have to do is start and take little steps together in building a blended learning environment. Staff have been undertaking a range of professional activities and will be ready for learning. We will make contact in many ways, phone, e-mail, CANVAS, Facebook and we will continue to put out our newsletter we will want to share the learning that is happening in various places. Our challenge is to work together constructively and tackle the new way of learning whilst supporting each other. All problems can be overcome and it won't matter if mistakes are made we will see them as a learning challenge. Together we are apart of a very huge event in society and our learning will influence the learning of many others in the future.
Rest and recoup see you in Term 2.
Making Mathematical tools is easy.
So many ideas are flowing into schools to share with you and your family at home.
Here are a few activities that help to build your addition and place value skills.
‘Place value’ describes the value of a digit (single number) when it is written in different places (positions) in a number. For example the 5 in 25684 is worth much more than in 253.
Cereal boxes make great number tiles!
You can use each of your digits only once to explore the following.
There may be more than one solution. How can you be sure you have them all?
Would looking for patterns help? Convince someone in your family.
Enjoy, Stephanie van der Schans, AST.
1. Place the digits so that the total of each row or column adds to the same total.