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Teacha – Hoe maak ‘n mens?

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Ek het vele navrae ontvang.  Laat weet gerus indien daar nog onsekerheid is 😉  Kyk na die naam onderaan die produk en tik dit op Teacha se soekspasie in.

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Pryse is aangepas…loer gerus…

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die laaste rapport

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rapport

Dis die einde van die jaar en ‘n mens wil die laaste rapport ekstra spesiaal maak.  Indien jy baie tyd op hande het, kan jy self ‘n oulike koevert vir elke kind maak…indien jy ‘n onderwyseres is…kan die kinders dit maak 😆

Jessica Jones het oulike idees oor koeverte.  Ek gaan nog so ‘n paar idees noem…Gebruik A5 bruin of wit koeverte vir die volgende:

Teken die buitelyn van ‘n prent af op ‘n ou x-straalplaat – met ‘n permanente koki.  Gebruik byvoorbeeld ‘n kenteken van jou klaskamer (‘n ster, dier of selfs die Graad – bv. 2, 1 of 3) of kersfeesprente (kersboom…) en sny dit uit.  Indien jy ‘n lamineermasjien naby het, kan jy eenvoudige die prent lamineer en versigtig uitsny vir gebruik.  Plaas dit bo op die koevert en plak liggies met wondergom vas .  Nou kan jy kies wat jy met die sjabloon wil maak…

  • doop ‘n sponsie (sommer ‘n sponsie uit ‘n ou pilbotteltjie) in tandepasta-dik verf en drup die meeste verf uit…droogspons nou liggies bo-oor die sjabloon en laat droog word…skryf die kind of ouers se naam in die oop spasies
  • vul ‘n ou spuitbotteltjie met voedselkleursel – verdun effens – en spuitverf die koevert…hou egter die botteltjie hoog en ver weg sodat die koevert nie onnodige blertse kry nie…’n keelspuitjie het nogal baie woema
  • as jy netjies kan sny, kan jy die karaktertjie uitsny en een kant bêre – sodat jy die groter raam kan gebruik.  Spuitverf of spons dan die binnekant van die stensil op jou koeverte…

Neem ‘n foto van elke kind en druk dit op die koevert tesame met sy / haar naam. (Gebruik ‘n tema – bv. dra ‘n kersmus, poseer by die skoolwapen…)

Koop spesiale papier, druk die koevertraam daarop en sny uit.

Sny geskenkpapier (gewone, bruin of kerstema) in A4-velle.  Druk die koevertraam daarop – met die kind se naam in die middel.  Daarna kan jy die koevert self uitknip of vir die betrokke kind vra om dit te doen.  Seël dit met ‘n bypassende satyn of organza lint.  Jy kan die lint strik of met ‘n wasseël afrond.

Indien jy die buitekant van die koevert professioneel wil hou, kan jy die woord “Vertroulik” en die ouerpaar se name daarop druk. Versier die binnekant van die koevert met ‘n verrassingsmotief. Sny die randjie ietwat kleiner as die buiterand van die koevert se flap en plak die koevert toe met ‘n gepaste plakker – eerder as om dit toe te lek.

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slaag

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duckrowa

Die slaagvereistes het verander in die Wes-Kaap.  Wees asseblief bedag daarop dat die rapport van nou af ‘n bietjie anders gaan wees.  Volgens omsendskrywe 18/2009 gaan die kleingoed nou ‘n bietjie meer skouer aan die wiel moet sit. 

Vind gerus by julle skool uit of dit jou kinders ook sal raak.

‘n Dankie aan ouers…

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‘n Dankie aan ouers…

In the rush of daily life,
it’s easy to forget the very words that need saying most:
Thank you, parents and grandparents,
for your good words and deeds
that make such a difference for children and schools.
We want you to know how much you are appreciated
and how important you are to your children’s education
and school success.
This list is a start, a way to say
thanks for all that you do!

* You come to school open houses and parent-teacher conferences even when you’re bone-tired and wish you could stay at home.

* You expect your children to work hard to be responsible at school when they complain about it.

* You organize your house for learning with books and notebooks and a quiet place for study all within a tight budget of money and time.

* You don’t buy your children everything they ask for even when they whine. You teach them to make better judgments and use common sense.

* You set limits with your children for TV, the telephone, the computer so there is time for schoolwork and the things they need to learn.

* You know what your children are doing and with whom, and how they spend their time away from school, away from home. You care enough to make and enforce important rules.

* You spend time with your child reading and talking and listening even when it means less time for yourself. You show your children by example that learning never ends.

* You ask teachers about how to help your child and the school and you share your concerns about education.

* You praise your children, celebrate their successes and encourage them to dream and to work hard to realize those dreams. As never before, parents, teachers and other school staff are working together. Thanks for all you do.

©Dr. Dorothy Rich

Idees om spelwoorde vas te lê

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Ek het vroeër vanjaar op hierdie juweeltjie afgekom.  Hopelik kan dit ‘n juffrou of ouers help.  Dit behoort goed te werk met die aandagafleibare outjies.

WORD WALL CHANTS

  1. Caribbean Spelling – hands on hips, and swivel on each letter. On the word, say, “Woo!”
  2. Sing opera style
  3. Box It / Kickbox It – Correspond right/left arm/leg with vowels or consonants
  4. Frisbee _ throw each letter as you would a frisbee
  5. Yo-yo – bend your arms at the elbow and alternate your hands up and down as you say each letter.
  6. Voices _ change your voice for each repetition: loud, soft, whisper, squeak, growl, baby-talk, etc.
  7. Groups _ different groups cheer after each other (boys, then girls, then whole class)
  8. Blast Off – start crouched at floor as you say each letter get a little higher, when jump into the air as you say the whole word I also use frog-jumps. They are similar to Blast-off. We start standing up. As we say each letter, we crouch down a little farther. Then, as we say the word, we “jump”.
  9. Hand Jive – just like on the playground, pair up and clap hands for consonants and lap clap for vowels
  10. Back Tracer – sit in circle and trace the letters as you spell on a partners back
  11. Mouse -squeaky voice with hands curled up by face
  12. Robot -in robotic voice with arms moving back and forth (“Danger! Danger! Will Robinson” style)
  13. Fly it like a bird -arms flapping up and down
  14. Chicken – arms folded up to make wings and head moving forward
  15. Nose – hold your nose and spell it
  16. Cheer It (Give me an “h” , etc.) Like a cheerleader.
  17. Pat — pat our heads for tall letters, tummies for short letters and knees for ones that go below the line
  18. Beat it on our Desks
  19. Snap and Clap — We snap for the vowels and clap for the consonants.
  20. Raise the Roof — We just push up toward the ceiling, one push for each letter.
  21. Ketchup — Shake our hand like we’re trying to get ketchup out of a bottle.
  22. Disco (Hand up for consonants, hand down for vowels) Pretend to be John Travolta.
  23. Throw the Stars — Throw one hand at a time toward the ceiling for each letter.
  24. Be the Letter (Body Language) — For “s” we slither down to the floor while saying “e-e-e-s-s-“.
  25. Mexican Hat Dance (alternate feet in front)
  26. Flapping and Nodding — Pretend you’re a bird and flap your wings and nod your head for each letter.
  27. Stomping — Just stomp your feet for each letter.
  28. Army _ march letters and salute on the word
  29. Clapping Syllables — Just clap for each syllable
  30. Explosion (Volcano) (whisper, normal, loud) They love to do this. Pretty self-explanatory.
  31. Marshmallow Clap – Almost clap but stop before your hand touch. Say each letter.
  32. Hula — hands on hips, swivel, hands in air to say word
  33. Jumping Jacks — One letter for each movement.  (sterspronge)
  34. Toe Touches – touch your toes for each letter.
  35. BATTER UP – We get into the batting position and swing on each letter as we say it
  36. SLOW We hold the sound of the letter or a few seconds like sit…s……………i…………………t……………
  37. Motorcycle – We just hang on to “handle bars” and pretend that we are doing wheelies..!
  38. Dribble and Shoot — Dribble the letters and shoot the word.
  39. Cowboy — straddle chair and lasso
  40. Push-ups – or stomach crunches, bicep curls, etc.
  41. Blowing Kisses — kiss for each letter and 2 hands kiss (extend both arms out and up) for the word
  42. Pass the Ball – sit in circle and pass the ball. Last person says word and chooses the next word.”

terug skool toe

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Dis amper tyd vir die nuwe en laaste kwartaal in die Kaap. Hiermee dan ‘n gedagte vir die onderwysers. Onthou ook dat môre Onderwysersdag is.  Maak solank die skoene skoon, pak die tas en maak die potlode skerp.

skoolreëls uit die oude doos

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