The Eucharist – A Sacrament of Initiation

Jesus is present when we celebrate the Eucharist at Mass.

Can you remember the 4 ways that Jesus is present?

Click on the link to learn more:

https://www.togetheratonealtar.catholic.edu.au/explore/the-presences-of-christ/

Jesus Is Truly Present at Every Mass

The Risen Jesus is Present at Mass - ppt video online download

When we receive the Sacraments we grow closer to God.

Click on the links to read about being welcomed into God’s family through the Sacraments of Initiation:

https://app.kwl.com.au/year/3/10/3-10-Sacraments_of_Initiation

https://app.kwl.com.au/year/3/11/3-11-The_Eucharist

Resources - Sacraments - LibGuides at Damascus College

Here is a lovely song about the peace we receive when we choose to be part of God’s family:

 

Taking Flight

A wonderful story about an adventure that was unexpected…….

What do you like about the story?

What was the child’s point of view about going to Grandpa’s at the beginning of the story?

What do you think he though about Grandpa after the adventure?

What was Dad doing in the story?

Was he happy about his son being dirty?

What made him change his mind?

Ash Wednesday

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Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. It is the first day of the season of Lent.

Lent can be observed by all Christians, and it is a beautiful way to remember Jesus’ sacrifice for us and prepare us for the Easter season. During Lent, we remember the 40 days that Jesus spent in the desert. We do extra prayers, fasting, and almsgiving during this season of Lent. Ash Wednesday has many traditions for Catholic families and ways to observe this day, and also, anything you are doing for the length of Lent will start on this day.

We think about doing special things for others in this time. That may include helping at home or helping a friend. Through our school we raise money through Project Compassion  for Caritas. https://lent.caritas.org.au/

In Lent it is traditional that we fast or give up something for the 40 days.

Lent is a special time where we pray for others and remember the message of God’s Love.

What will you do to help others in this time of Lent?

 

Spelling short e words Week 4 and 5 Term One

Can you read the words?

Are there some new words for you?

Red Blue  Green  Extension
ever

desk

rest

when

kept

best

head

left

said

says

many

very

every

everything

everyone

everybody

ready

expect

exactly

anything

anyway

friend

together

sentence

exciting

several

however

special

especially

exercise

energy

experiment

except

instead

friendly

leisure

residence

athletic

distress

leopard

themselves

whether

genuine

ceremony

jeopardy

incredible

acceptance

rejection

Welcome to our 3/4 Blog 2021 students

Welcome to our Blog 2021 students

As you know we have been put in Lockdown in Victoria due to the COVID outbreak. It is a short lockdown and hopefully we will be returning to school on Thursday the 18th of Feb.

When we return to school we will be helping all of you to use this Blog, Seesaw and Google Classroom.

The blog has many wonderful activities already on the site that you can access to help your learning at home and at school. Remember you can use the search engine in the top right hand corner of the Blog to find fun activities on the blog.

This week we have sent home some learning for you as worksheets. You also have some handwriting you can do.

There are no spelling words this week but you may want to learn some words you might find tricky like the days of the week and the months of the year.

You might like to reread your story you wrote and edit the punctuation and spelling.

Please take care and have some fun in between your learning.

Hopefully we will see you on Thursday.

Mrs. T  Mrs D and Mr Z

Week 8, term 4, 2020 – Spelling words (Words ending in ment, ent & nt)

3 / 4  Spelling: Term 4 Week 8 2020

Words ending in ment, ent & nt

Red Blue  Green  Extension
went 

art

bat

cut

dot

eat

jet

hut

hot

hit

dent

bent

sent

hunt

pint

font

lent

want

tint

vent

Recent

Equipment

Decent

Current

Instrument

Accident

Excellent

Movement

Consent

event

Intelligent

Continent

Employment

Innocent

Implement

Opponent

Monument

Permanent

Parliament

Settlement

Common word errors Common word errors Common word errors Common word errors
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Choose activities from your ‘SPELLING ACTIVITIES’ sheet to practise your words.  Copy your words into your spelling books – check carefully that you have spelt them correctly.