Welcome to Y1
While school is currently closed it is important to continue your learning at home. Read below for your daily work!
We are still missing you all! Mrs Dennison and Mrs Heyhoe
Parents - If you have any questions you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 3rd July
SPELLINGS FRIDAY 3rd July
Year 1 - Friday 3rd July
Letters and sounds - lesson 43- ai - chain, ay - play,
a_e - make, a - apron
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This week's story
Percy the Park Keeper
The Rescue Party
Today is the video of Percy the Park Keeper - The Rescue Party. (25 mins)
Monday The book read by Nick Butterworth, the author.
Writing Task based on our story today
Percy the Park Keeper - The Rescue Party
1. Write a list of items you would want to take with you for a picnic. Don't forget to include cutlery eg a spoon for yogurt etc.
2. Who will you invite to go with you?
3. What will you take to play with?
Remember to write your answers to 2 and 3 with sentences and use punctuation too!
Handwriting practice: Forming One-armed robot letters correctly - this week b h k m n p r
THINGS FROM HOME!
Free e books and assorted learning activities available on Oxford owl for home, take a look below.
Don't forget to read every day at home with an adult!
What books do you have at home that you love to read?
Last weeks drawings.
Friday 3rd July
Work out the missing number ! Use your fingers to help you to count on or back today.
A B C
1 + 6 = 9 + 9 = 18 + 6 =
3+ 2 = 10 + 6 = 21 + 8 =
4 +5 = 13 + 3 = 23 + 5 =
9 - 8 = 19 - 3 = 19- 6 =
10 - 6 = 16 - 4 = _ - 3 = 4
8 - 3 = 17 - 7 = _ - 8 = 7
Wk9 commencing 29th June - lesson 4- Counting coins
Bitesize: Counting coins
Find a quiet time and a quiet space.
This could be done by everyone!
Full body stretch
Leader in Me
This week I want you to focus on
Habit 5 - Seek first to understand and then to be
understood. (Listen before you speak).
Watch this clip on empathy here: With Mark Ruffalo and Murray from Sesame Street
- How did Mark explain empathy ?
- Can you remember the first example he used?
- What was the second example?
THINGS FROM HOME!
Leader in me:
Can you make a deposit in someone else's bank account? Can you write a message to someone in your family praising them or thanking them for something they do for you? Can you set up a tin/tub for your family to let everyone join in this idea during the week and arrange to open them at the end of next week?
Photos and work contributed this week from children working at home.
Your photos and information provided last week: Cameron visited Manor Heath to look at trees, and he also made some musical instruments too. Jacob S. was at Hollingworth Lake and at Mother Shipton's Cave in Knaresborough. He also tried his hand at hula hooping. Billy visited the Room on the Broom trail too. Jona made a birthday card for Max and went in search of oak leaves. Yusuf was working hard at home. Mason was very busy learning as well.
June is the month of the Sacred Heart. Can you do something at home to show love for someone in your family? Then send in a photo showing what you did.
Drawing Task - a boy or a girl
The Church - Miracles
Jesus turns the water into wine - his first Miracle
is at the very beginning of this video and lasts just under 5 mins
Retell the story and draw a picture.
How well do you remember the story from earlier ?
Then recap by watching
Beginners Bible - Jesus turns the water into wine
12 minute presentation
History Revision: Mary Seacole
Before watching this clip - see what you can remember from before Easter.
Can you write 3 facts about Mary Seacole and draw a picture.
Music for this week:
The children in school will do Charanga. Those of you not in school might like to try this after watching this clip - you may have to save up jam jars first though!
Science for this week.
Plants - Trees
Oak trees are deciduous which means that they shed their leaves annually.
Look at the slide show below and then try this task.
Task: Can you find a leaf and do a rubbing of it ?
Revision of Animals and what they eat: herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. Can you remember what foods they eat before you watch the video clip?
Try the quiz and see how well you remembered them.
Discuss before you watch this clip
Try the quiz in teams and see who can remember most !
History - session 2
The Queen is the head of our Royal family. Have another look at her on her Coronation Day, when she became Queen.
Write what you can remember from this video and draw a crown.
The slide show below explains her Family tree.
Look at this explanation of family and family trees.
Can you make a family tree starting with the Queen and Prince Philip at the top, their children on the second row and then their grandsons on the third?
Maybe you could do your own family tree at home with your parents help.