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Tallulah has her own lap top and printer that she has access to anytime. She has accounts with Reading eggs, Nessy, MathsOnline and study ladder. She will also use Barton once home schooling begins. We plan to incorporate online learning as well as traditional learning and will focus on whichever suits her best. At present online learning is proving to be more beneficial.
The study area is well equipped with lots of stationary and equipment that is enjoyable to use.
Tallulah has been going to gymnastics once a week for the past 3 years and has made a large group of friends here that she spends time with at the gym and outside the gym. We plan to increase her visits to twice a week.
On a Wednesday we will be visiting the library as they have a Japanese class that she would like to attend.
For the past year Tallulah has enjoyed Piano lessons so this will also continue once a week.
We plan to join home schooling groups for more social interaction. Excursions will be once a week that relate to our chosen subject topic. The library is in walking distance from our home as is the train station. This is ideal for us to travel to Brisbane museums and arts centres.
Our main focus this coming term will be on developing her reading skills, spelling and grammar. Hopefully her love of reading will be made easier for her.
We will be concentrating on spelling, vocabulary and listening comprehension by reading poetry, biographies as well as fiction and non-fiction. We have audio book accounts that she also loves to listen to on an evening.
We will also be using Barton, this is a reading and spelling system. This has been proven to improve the skills of someone with dyslexia.
Repetition is very important in Tallulah learning maths. We will do this with the use of work books, real life situations such as paying for shopping and helping pay our bills.
Tallulah enjoys maths, she likes the repetitive nature but also the fun aspect of participating on the online programmes.
We plan to concentrate on numbers and algebra, measurement and geometry as well as statistics and probability.