Home learning for next week is below.
Maths is all about time - the final part of the Year 1 maths curriculum. For Literacy, there are ideas you can use to prepare for the summer holidays. There is also a story planning sheet and a character profile for if they wanted to write their own stories.
Enjoy the final full week of school and hopefully the sun will stay out for us.
Hope you all had an enjoyable week.
Maths and Literacy work for the week ahead is attached below. As with last week, I have added the Home Learning lessons for those of you who are working through that.
After all that has been going on, it feels strange to think that we are not far now from the end of the year!
Have a great week and get in touch wither me or Mrs Gee if you have any questions.
Hope you all had a great week!
Home Learning for the week ahead is below. I have also attached the White Rose home learning Week 10 files for those of you who are still following that.
Have fun and enjoy he week ahead.
I hope you have all had a great week.
The home learning for this week is below.
The literacy involves retelling a story which i know they all loved when we did it with Little Red Riding Hood earlier in the year.
Have fun and please get in touch with me or Mrs Gee if you have any questions.
I hope you all had a great week, whether you were in school or doing your learning at home.
I have attached the home learning below. Maths and Literacy are as normal and I have also attached some SPaG activities.
There is also some science around the season of summer.
As always, please get in touch if you have any questions
This afternoon we read the Julia Donaldson book 'Stick Man'. We then had great fun creating our own 'stickmen'.
For those of you not returning to school this week, here are the activities we will be doing:
I have attached a power point all about the current situation which you may find useful to help to explain to your child all about what is going on.
For maths, the format of the work is the same. We will be starting / recapping multiplication and division. It will start by going over counting in groups of 10s, 2s and 5s. It will then progress onto making groups and then onto showing this using arrays.
You will also find some reasoning and problem solving activities which match up to the worksheets. The activities will probably take us over a week to do, so don't worry if you haven't completed them by friday! As I have written in the word document, it is best to keep it visual to start with (maybe collecting this at home and count them in groups). The literacy is in the same format as is has been for the last few weeks, which keeps it simple and easy to follow.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Just some of the wonderful things the children have been getting up to while at home.
Dear Parents and Carers,
Firstly, I hope you are all safe and well.
The home learning for this week can be found below.
Maths: Week 6 of White Rose home learning (https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/). I have attached the files that go with it below.
Literacy: this week is something very relevant at the moment and is all about writing instructions on how to wash your hands.
If your children are returning to school next week, I look forward to seeing you again. If not, work will continue to be uploaded here.
As always please get in touch if you have any questions.
Thank you and stay well.
Dear Parents and Carers
Home learning for this week can be found below.
Maths: Week 5 of White Rose home learning (https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/). I have attached the files that go with it below.
Literacy: This week there is a focus on writing a diary. There are lots of suggestions on the file attached below, but you could always change it so that they are writing for someone in the future. Explaining what they have been doing, how they have been feeling and their thoughts during this strange time. There are also some guided
reading actives as well as some grammar work.
Please keep sending in all of your pictures - we love seeing what you have been getting up to!
Stay well and keep in touch.
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