06 Jul Home Learning: Year 1 w/c 13th July
Dear parents, carers and siblings of year one children,
First of all, let me say thank you for your continuous support to your children or brothers/sisters. The teaching and learning would not have been possible without your united collaboration and support….
I also wanted to say to you all well done for working super hard throughout the year. I Was thrilled to get to know you all and work with you and your children. I wish for your children the very best of luck in year 2. I will miss them but the good news is, they will be moving next door from September and their new teacher promised me to go and visit them as often as I want.
Week commencing 13th July 2020
Hello Year 1 children,
Welcome back to our last week of the school term of teaching and learning. I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are ready for another busy half week. As usual, email me for any misunderstanding or confusion around the tasks.
Dear parents and children I will add a clear guidance on how to complete your English activities. Each activity sheet will be provided with information around the task.
Please also use: the word mat, the adjectives mat and the guidance sheets for each activity/day. Do not forget to watch and read the story on the link below.
Please complete these tasks this week:
Free choice activities:
Monday: The Rainforest
Tuesday: My Best Memory From Year 1
Wednesday: Writing a Letter to your New Teacher
Monday (13th July 2020) The Rainforest
This is an activity where you will look closely at the pictures and the key-words to be able to complete the task.
As I said you do not need to print any sheet, just complete the learning in your English Books.
Tuesday (14th July 2020) – The best moment from Year 1
You will use the activity sheet full of guidance to help you complete this task. Please try to think about your best memory from year 1.
I can’t wait to read some of your best memories in Year 1.
Wednesday (15th July) – Writing a letter to your new teacher
Today we are writing a letter to your new teacher.
What are the features of a letter? What does a letter have?
Each formal letter has: a date, an address, a message and do not forget to end your letter by writing ‘sincerely’ and your name.
Enjoy your learning!
Practice your spellings by playing this game
Please copy this link into a search bar for exciting phonics games. Focus on SET 2 and SET 3 please. Ask your child to say the words pinch their fingers to write the words and write a sentence with each word from SET 2 and SET 3.
Try to read for 20 minutes a day. Please remember to swap your books every Thursday (from 11.00-12.30) if you have finished the books you have at home. Mrs Kennedy found a lovely book to read too. You may want to read part of it each day with your parents or carers at home. It is called The Book of Hope. Please click on the link or copy and paste it to the search bar to open it.
You will need a username and a password to access maths activities. Each day you will be asked to complete a sheet or two, depending on the task.
Click on the link below to access the learning.
Student Log in details:
- Monday: Sheet 31
- Tuesday: Sheet 32
- Wednesday:Sheet 33
- Thursday: Sheet 34
- Friday: Sheet 35
Remember to practice your time table with 2, 5 and 10 on Times Tables Rockstars
This week in science we will learn about the life cycle of animals
I would like you to watch the clip below
What can you remember from the video-clip? Please write 5 facts about the life-cycle of animals
We all know the importance of keeping fit and healthy. Please exercise with Joe Wicks
I wish you all a busy week.
For any misunderstanding about the tasks, please do not hesitate to email me. I will get back to you as soon as I can.