Hey Year 1 I’m still missing you all terribly. I’ve got to speak to lots of you which has been really lovely and I’ve received lots of pictures of what you have been up to so thank you for that. I hope you are ok and enjoying the time with your families. I wonder how many of you have got a tent up or have built a den? It’s the Easter holidays now so no work for you woohoo! Unless you want to of course. You can still e-mail me if you need any help, want to send me any pictures or just fancy a chat. Have lots of fun on your break and stay safe little darlings.
You may also want to enter the Easter competition!
Can you make your very own Easter Egg in the theme of a story, character or movie? You could paint hard-boiled eggs or use art and crafts.
Can you make a lovely Easter bonnet? Perhaps your family could host their own bonnet parade!
Send a photo of your entry to the Year 1 email address. A winner from our class will be announced on the first newsletter back after the Easter break.
(Scroll to the bottom of the page to see some of the fun and hard work our children are doing at home)
As we can’t be together to read a story, here is a story for you from my house.
We are keen to keep in touch with you and your child. We would love to hear what your child is doing at home and to see photos of your child playing games or of work completed. If you have any further questions about their home learning, please get in touch via the email address below.
The people behind the phonics scheme ‘Read Write Inc’ will be on YouTube daily teaching 10 minute phonics lessons to help your child learn letter sounds while they are at home. Watch the videos below. These change daily.
Suggested daily timetable
9am – PE with Joe Wicks
Get your day started with PE with Joe!
9.30am – Online phonics. Complete the phonics activities on Education City or log onto Phonics Play. Links are below!
10.30am – Have a well deserved break! Relax, have a snack and enjoy the time to yourself!
11am – Story Time with David Walliams Enjoy listening to a story by David Walliams.
11.30am – White Rose Maths learning
Find ‘Year 1’ and complete one of the lessons. It has a video to watch first to help you to understand and there is also an activity sheet you can print off. If you can’t print it off, write down your answer on a piece of paper. Afterwards, check your answers using the answer by clicking ‘get the answers’.
12.15pm – Dinnertime! Don’t forget to relax and enjoy this time.
1.15pm – Education City
Log onto Education City and complete some of the activities I’ve put on there for you or try one of the activities on this page.
2pm – TT Rockstars or Teach Your Monster to Read . Links are found below. Have fun!
3pm – Cosmic Kids Yoga Wind down and enjoy a bit of yoga!
Read for 20 minutes every day.
Tell an adult about what you have read.
Write out and practise your number bonds to 10 and 20. Can you learn them off by heart?
Can you also write out your number bonds to 100?
Can you write a Report about Mary Anning?
Think about what features you need, a title, picture, bullet points
Practise 5 of your spellings every day and copy them out in your neatest handwriting. Can you use joined handwriting?
For each of the 5 spellings write it in a sentence. Use a capital letter and full stop for each sentence.
|Writing & Design
Draw a character from one of your favourite books. Write a description of this character.
Login to Education City & complete the learning tasks set.
|Reading & Art
Be creative! Share a story with an adult and create a piece of art about the story.
Login to a suggested website & use for at least 30 minutes every day.
Many of you may be speaking to relatives and friends on the telephone or on Facetime. Ask them questions about their lives. Can you produce a timeline about someone in your family?
Count in 2s, 5s and 10s out loud and listen to times table songs.
Write out your 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
Can you also learn your 3 and 4 times tables?
|Phonics & Tasks
Read aloud your word list every day. Remember to sound out to help you.
Complete the paper sheets from your teacher.
Can you draw a picture of a reptile? What makes a reptile a reptile? Include labels.