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Read Write Inc. will be hosting daily live phonics sessions on their YouTube webpage.
Speed Sounds Set 1 – 9.30 am (GMT)
Speed Sounds Set 2 – 10.00 am
Speed Sounds Set 3 – 10.30 am
Put some objects on a tray, talk about them with your child, then cover them up and see how many they can remember. Have a go at using ‘Fred Talk’ (segmenting) each word. Can you use your Fred Fingers to write a list of the objects you remember?
We hope you enjoy getting creative with your learning this week. We are looking forward to hearing your views and comments about your learning throughout the week. You can talk with your friends on the Class Chat tab on our Year 1 blog page. Take a look at the TB Healthy Lives blog page for ideas on staying healthy and active.
A collection of objects e.g. LEGO blocks, raisins, buttons, stones
Count out (one set at a time) 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 objects and sort them into two groups to find half of each amount.
Can you see a pattern?
Can you predict what half of 16 and 18 would be?
What happens if you try to halve an odd number (5,7,9)?
Now repeat the activity, this time sorting into four groups, to find quarters.
Make the following amounts:
8, 12, 16, 20
Can you see a pattern?
Can you predict what a quarter of 24 and 28 would be?
Good morning Year 1. We’ve had lots of fun with fairy tales this year. Our next story is Jack and the Beanstalk. I hope you enjoy reading it. What do you like about the story? What didn’t you like? Read it again. The more you read it does your opinion change?
Lab coats and goggles at the ready Year 1. We’re going to make use of our observation and investigation skills this week. A light source is something that makes its own light. What light sources can you spot around you? Have a go at creating your own shadows using a light source and everyday objects. What makes the longest shadow? We’re looking forward to hearing about your investigations
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We hope you are all well and enjoying your home learning packs.
We thought we would write this to give you a brief introduction of how the Year 1 blog can help with your learning whilst you are away from school.
Miss Measures and Ms Doi-President will set new Mathletics tasks each week (these will begin at 9.00am every Monday and finish at 3.30pm every Friday) as well as Bug Club activities matched up to your child’s reading level.
Every Tuesday we will be setting a P4C question to discuss with your families, you can also post comments or questions that come out of these discussions in the comments section of the P4C blog. We will also be posting Maths, English and Science tasks each Tuesday. These will be fun, interactive and accessible for all.
Every week, Ms Doi-President and Miss Measures will be checking to see who is commenting on the home learning activity posts on the blog and completing their weekly Mathletics and Bug Club tasks. At the end of the week, your class teachers will be choosing TWO children to receive certificates for excellent home learning!
If you have any questions about home learning, leave a comment below and we will do our best to support you. 😊
* If you have trouble logging into Mathletics or Bug Club, please leave a comment with your name and class so your class teacher can help you.