Today in phonics, we learnt to read the tricky words: 'have', 'like', 'some' and 'come'. Your English task today is to think of the build-up and a problem for your story.
Maths - Monday 18 JanuaryToday, we have been exploring how we can add numbers beyond 10 by first using our number bonds to make 10 and then adding what's left to 10. Watch the video "Add by making 10 activity" and then try for yourself.
English - Monday 18 January
Friday 15th January - Maths
Today we begin by counting in 2s with this video.
Our lesson is 'Find and Make Number Bonds' - video 5 on Year 1 Maths page for this week.
Then have a go at the questions on the 3rd Powerpoint, also on our Maths webpage.
Friday 15th January 2021 English
We have been learning about similes. Use the sheet to create similes, and you can also make up others. The more imaginative they are, the better!
Let's Get Fit | Count to 100 | 2020 Version | Jack Hartmann
Teach your children to count to 100 as they get some great exercise too in Jack Hartmann's Let's Get Fit song. This cool kid-friendly song starts out with a ...
Week 1 Friday 8th January 2021 English
Make a story mountain like this and add your pictures to show each part of the story, The Magical Bicycle. Remember, you can see and hear the story again on Sun's page.
Week 1 Thursday 7th January 2021 RE
We are thinking about special places, both religious ones and secular (non-religious) places. Your task is to draw a place that is special to you, and write at least one sentence about why it is special and how you feel when you are there. Have fun and share your work on Seesaw. Then watch the video and think about similarities and differences between the mosque and the gurdwara.
Watch out journey video and then complete this activity.... Share your work on Seesaw ❣️
Week 1 Wednesday 6th January session 2
My zoom recording has not worked properly but the activity is on Star class Seesaw:
write a 'Magical journey story'.
Week 1 Wednesday 6th January session 3Watch and join in with the first video on the link, “Do you want to build a snowman?” Then collect and label 3D shaped objects from around your home, and post your work on Seesaw.