Big well done to our certificate winners this week! Our worker of the week award went to Corinne for trying really hard with all of her work all of the time. Our merit award went to Hudson for working incredibly hard on his work in the classroom. The reading award went to Louie for brilliant reading. Well done to Harper for spending lost of time working hard on Sumdog.
Welcome to KEY STAGE 1.
YEAR 1 BUBBLE
with Miss Holmes
Good morning Year 1!
Welcome back to our home learning page!
I hope that you have had a lovely week off and have enjoyed spending time away from the screen! We are really looking forward to hearing about some of the things that you have been doing.
If you would like us to see any of the things that you have been doing please send them to our Year 1 email address.
Below you will find our timetable.
Session 1 – Numeracy
Session 2- Phonics/ Literacy
Session 3 – Topic - History
Session 4 - Topic - Science
Friday 5th March
In maths today we will be comparing the lengths and heights of different objects.
This lesson will be a practical lesson, so there will be no writing in your maths books today.
Please click the links below to access videos of today's lesson.
Today we will be looking at the ey sound in words in our Phonics session.
Why not work on your sounds more by watching the video below.
Click the image above to play Picnic on Pluto. Select Phase 5 and 'ey' to practise today's sound.
Today we are going to be looking at using the prefix 'un-'.
We will be learning that when we add 'un-' to the start of our word that it changes the meaning. For example, kind would become unkind.
Can you complete the sentences below using the prefix 'un-' to change the meaning of the words in bold?
We would like you to listen to the story 'The Huge Bag of Worries'.
We would like you to think about any worries that you might have about coming back to school on Monday as we know that you have been learning from home quite some time now.
You can draw these worries in the bag below and then send a picture to our Year 1 email address so that me and Miss Lougheed will be able to help you with your worries when we return to school.
Spring Scavenger hunt
Can you go on a Spring walk? What signs of Spring can you find?
Can you see any new animals in the fields?
Can you see any new plants or flowers?
You can use the tick list below to prompt you, or you can make up your own list!
Websites of the week
Can you log into Bug Club and read some of the books that your teachers have set for you?
Remember to click on the Bug when you see him in your book. He will ask you to answer a question.
Your username and password are inside your reading record. If you are having any difficulties please do not hesitate to email me.
Click the image above to take you to the Bug Club log in page.
Click the image above to work on your numbers to 29 and then numbers to 59 using 10s and 1s.
Maths challenges this week...
Follow the link to Sumdog. It is a fun way to practise your maths skills.
Your login details are on the front of your new home learning pack.
Click the image above to take you to the game.
Click the image above to take you to the TT Rockstars website.
The children have their username and password inside their reading record. If you are having any difficulties please do not hesitate to email me.
Click the image above to take you to the Phonics Play website.
There are a range of games that you can access on here. This week we would like you to practice your phase 4 tricky words.
This link will take you to the Storm Education website where you can choose to name the parts of plants and trees or you can look at the life stages (cycles) that they go through.
Why not try some mindfulness colouring sheets?
Please find below guidance of pronunciation of phase 2 and 3 sounds.
Welcome back to the Spring Term!
We have lots of exciting things planned for this term.
Has anyone heard of our class novel before? What do you think it might be about? Maybe you could draw me a picture?
These are some of the words that we are working on reading and spelling confidently during the Spring Term and within our Phonics lessons.