Friday 5th March
It is your last day completing home learning! I know you can do this! One more day to send any bits and bobs you have done to Miss Paling or Miss Norton. We are so excited to see you on Monday!
Draw the outlines of these snowmen below on a piece of paper. Then see if you can read the instructions at the bottom and complete what they have asked you to do!
Let's practise counting in our 5s like we have in our lesson today. Watch the video and see if you can join in!
Log into Maths Whizz - how many progressions can you make?! Let's see if Year 1 can get an award this week!
Thursday 4th March
Today is World Book Day!
What is your favourite book? Why? What makes it special to you?
Miss Paling's favourite story to read to you is Owl Babies. She loves to read this story, as it was one of her favourite stories when she was a little girl.
Miss Norton's favourite story to read to you is The Gingerbread Man because is makes everyone smile! At home Miss Norton bakes gingerbread men with her own children and they act out the story, gobbling up the snacks they have made - why don't you try this too.
Don't forget to bring your favourite book to share during our morning Teams session
You can listen to lots of familiar voices reading some wonderful stories by clicking HERE
Here are some fun activities you could do at home..
* You could dress up as your favourite character from a book. Maybe you could take a photo and send it to us! Can you use the things around your house to make your costume?
*Snuggle up and read your favourite book with your family
*Design a new front cover for your favourite book. What would it look like? What would you draw on the front?
*Role play or act out a scene from your favourite book!
*Could you design your own bookmark?
Click HERE to find lots more activities you could take part in for World Book Day!
Click the picture below to access some live lessons on BBC Teach about World Book Day.
Today you are learning to count in 2s! See if you can join in with the Number Jacks to sing the song!
Log into Busy Things and see if you have any assignments to complete
Let's see what our next lesson is on BBC bitesize for music!
Wednesday 3rd March
Let's see if you can read this story. After you have read it. Can you answer the tick questions after?
We are practising our numbers to 50. Read all the numbers below, and practise writing them down on some paper.
Have you heard people mention ‘climate change’ before? Do you know what climate change means? Before we can learn about climate change, first we must make sure we understand what the word climate means. Click on the link below and watch the video to find out more.
As it said in the video, we need to look after our planet so it can look after us. Have a look at the posters below which explain things that you can do to help look after our planet.
Activity – Make a promise to do one thing to help care for our planet.
I would like you to think of one thing that you could do to help care for our planet (it could be something you have to do every day, such as switching off your bedroom light when you leave your room, or something you do once, such as planting some seeds)
I would love to see the lovely things you are doing to care for our planet. Ask your grown up to send your teacher a photo of your poster or a photo of you carrying out your promise (gardening or cooking for example.)
Let's practise some more comprehension skills. Log into Busy Things. I have pinned you an extract from the book 'Here we are'. See if you can read the extract and then complete the quiz on your assignments.
We are practising our numbers to 50. See if you can write the missing numbers.
See if you can recap some of your crucial knowledge. Let's start with Science. Can you remember the key facts?
Good Morning Year 1! Welcome back to our last week before we return to school
We would like you to end with a BANG and create some fantastic work this week - we know you can do it!
Please find activities below that match your paper pack and your remote learning letter.
This week we are looking at reading comprehensions. Once you have completed your pack, can you read the sentences below and add the information to your own picture
We are starting to learn about Place Value to 50. See if you can have a go at these extra activities based on numbers to 50.
Log into Busy Things to find an assignment based on your family. We have been learning about Families last half-term. Can you draw and label the members of your family?
Let's start today with some dancing! Can you join in with the video below?
Now let's get active and have a workout!
Friday 26th February 2021
Well done for a fantastic first week back Year 1. We have seen some lovely pieces of work so far! Please email us some pictures if you have not already Don't forget it is certificate day! Who will have one this week?
Click the link below to access some great comics for reading! Let us know which you like best!
Or you can practise some more reading comprehension below. Read the text and see if you can answer the questions!
Can you practise writing your number bonds to 20? Use these starters to help you!
We are recapping our plants crucial knowledge this week, refer to your remote learning letter for more information.
If you need to remind yourself of some of the areas of science we have covered for plants take a look on the website below for some super refresher lessons.
We have set you an activity on busy things all about common flowers, log on to find out more.
Thursday 25th February 2021
Choose numbers to 29
This week we will be completing the computing work in your packs dated 9/2/21, 10/2/21 and 11/2/21
Please find below the computings featured in your remote learning letter.