Tui Distance Learning


The following information is for Year 3 & 4 students who are currently in Uenuku

Here is a sample [Team Tui Timetable Sample] timetable IF you want one. It can be amended to meet YOUR schedule in YOUR “Bubble.”


Online Learning – Set Learning Tasks

Online Learning PlatformLink to Student Login
Parent InformationGuidelines for students

Whizz.com

3 Learning Progressions per week

stepsweb.com

Complete Assigned work (Orange button-1 Unit per week)

studyladder.co.nz

Complete set tasks

(4 Reading Tasks per week)

Please note that this platform is only available between 9-3pm Monday-Friday.

Optional Online Learning

Set Tasks

educationperfect.com

This is an Optional Online Platform for students in Team Tui.

Set Tasks are available for students to complete at their own pace. There are no expectations for students to complete by the due date.

Optional Exploring

educationperfect.com

Subject areas students can explore at their own pace and interest are:

English Lit, Social Sciences, Science, Mathematics, Languages, Health and PE, Māori

Students in Team Tui should use the following guidelines for selecting levels;

Year 3: NZC Level 2

Year 4: NZC Level 2 & 3

Optional Exploring:

There is a range of curriculum areas that students can access for free.

Optional Tasks for Science/Visual Arts; Music; Language & Culture

studyladder.co.nz

Complete optional set tasks

That are available for Science/Visual Arts; Music; Language & Culture

Please note that this platform is only available between 9-3pm Monday-Friday.

Storylineonline.net

Access to a range of online stories read by celebrities.

Children can select a story to listen to.

Options for activities following the story could be;

  • Can you draw what happened 1st, 2nd, 3rd & at the end?
  • Write or draw about your favourite character from the story.
  • Did you like the ending to the story? Rewrite the ending how you wanted it to end.

Offline Learning- Set Learning Tasks

(Wave One Home Learning Packs)

Hard Materials

Guidelines for students

Action English or StepsWeb Workbook

1-2 pages per day

Dragon Maths Workbook

1-2 pages per day

Exercise book for Writing (Green book)

Keep a diary or write a recount about what you are up to every day. Feel free to write a story, a report, a poem or a description.

Minimum of 2 entries per week

NZ Math Activity Pack

1 page/activity per day

Handwriting book

1 page per day

Junior Journal or School Journal

Read one story/poem/article per day

  • This can be the student reading, shared reading (reading together) or have a story read aloud and the student listening to the story.

Well Being

Jump Jam

Fun exercise videos the whole family can enjoy!


Cosmic Kids Yoga

Fun mindfulness and yoga activities for active screen time.


Go Noodle


Active Screen Time


GoNoodle® gets kids up and moving to fun, engaging content and games. Every dance party, yoga session, mindfulness activity, and game session is an opportunity for kids to wake up their bodies, engage their minds, and be their best.


Feel good activity chart Play cards, build a play space. (From http://www.sparklers.org.nz)


Feel good activities chart 2 : Leave a chalk note for someone, gratitude ideas

(From http://www.sparklers.org.nz)


Good Night Kiwi Stories

TVNZ ONDEMAND

LesMills Born to Move

Designed to nurture a life-long love of physical activity, BORN TO MOVE helps children experience the joy and vitality of moving to music, combining fun and fitness in way that children love.

Episodes for 6-7 year olds;

Like a butterfly


Save the world


Baila with me


The Drum


Check out LesMills Born to Move for more episodes suitable for different age groups.

Just Breathe

-Breathing exercises

Fun Zone

Aucklandmuseum.com

Discover Auckland Museum online with virtual tours, interactive quizzes and more.


Darwin & Newts

Is a series of 11-minute animated adventure stories that each feature a simple early learning science topic. Matched with each episode there is a science experiment and a craft creation that you can do with children.

Parent Information Flyer


Oat the Goat

Oat the Goat is a fun way for you and your child to spend time together learning about the power of kindness.

mindlabkids.com/challenges

Fun science challenges


Young Ocean Explorers

Young Ocean Explorers has been on a mission since 2012 to inspire kids to love our ocean – through entertaining education.

Students can investigate the Hauraki Gulf and the sea creatures that live there.

Parent information/registration

Art ideas

33 Nature Art ideas

Art ideas

Mandala Art with Nature

Family Art ideas

Family Silhouettes

David Walliams Audio Books

Join the world of David Walliams and listen to some clever funny stories.

Free Downloadable activities (that go with David Walliam Books)


Pobble365

Stuck for ideas on what to write about? Pick a picture from this website and talk about it with your family. Write a sentence or story about it.


Teach Your Monster to Read

Learn all about the letters of the alphabet and sounds they make while teaching your monster to read.

NZ TV Education Channel

Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV will start education broadcasting for early learners and students (Years 1–10) from 9am on Wednesday April 15. Māori Television will launch a series of te reo educational programmes (for ages 0 to 18) on the same day.

Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV will be free to air, on TVNZ channel 2+1 and on TVNZ on Demand, as well as on Sky Channel 502.

It will run from 9am to 3pm on Monday to Friday with programming for children and young people aged 0 to 15, as well as for parents. Home Learning TV will be on air for one month – with provision to extend beyond that depending on the lockdown situation.

Papa Kāinga TV programming will be grouped for early learners, primary and secondary students. All programmes will feature highly experienced teachers and presenters, along with a range of wellbeing and movement experts.

Content will include play, literacy mathematics, science, te reo Māori, physical education and wellbeing. There will also be  Pacific language content.

Māori Television te reo content will focus on learning at home for tamariki, rangatahi and whānau, aged from 0 to 18. It will also be tailored to specific age groups during the day, with learning content tamariki can do on their own, with siblings or as a whānau.

The channel will broadcast around 300 hours of educational content over the next 10 weeks. Programming will feature some of the most recognised faces in te ao Māori.

Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV and Māori TV education programming is not intended to replace our teachers. 

Timetable:

9.00am – 9.10am Parenting – Nathan Wallis
9.10am – 9.25am Early Learning
9.25am – 9.40am Junior Health (Age 5 – 8)
9.40am – 9.55am Junior Literacy (Age 5 – 8)
9.55am – 10.05am Maia the Brave
10.05am – 10.30am Beginning Te Reo
10.30am – 10.50am Junior Science and Maths (Age 5 – 8)
10.50am – 11.00am Kai 5
11.00am – 11.15am Middle Literacy and Language (Age 9 – 11)
11.15am – 11.40am Middle Maths (Age 9 – 11)
11.40am – 12.05pm Junior Project
12.05pm – 12.30pm Fanimals
12.30pm – 12.40pm Parenting with Nathan Wallis
12.40pm – 1.00pm Aotearoa HIstory
1.00pm – 1.30pm Senior Literacy (Age 12 – 15)
1.30pm – 1.55pm Born to Move – (Teens)
1.55pm – 2.25pm Advanced Te Reo
2.25pm – 2.50pm Senior Project
2.50pm – 3.00pm Daily Diary