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St. John's C.E. (C) Infant School

Together in love, we learn with Respect, Hope,Friendship and Forgiveness

YEAR 1 - Yellow Class (Mrs Missett & Miss Wright)

Welcome to Yellow Class

We will be adding a file shortly that should answer any questions you have

When we do PE, what we will be covering this year, reading books, homework and much more.

 

If you have any questions in the meantime - please get in touch via Class Dojo or call the school office on 01924 325323 and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Mrs Missett & Miss Wright

Use these fabulous, fun ideas to help you explore our latest topic - All Aboard! The activities can be completed in any order. We would love to see photos of your work on your portfolio and will be awarding extra Dojo points for home learning.

Download the ideas by clicking here...

You can use the websites below to find out more about our topic too.

In our All Aboard topic

We will 

  • Practise ordering numbers, find 1 more/1 less than a number and compare numbers using words such as greater than/less than.
  • Write labels and captions and our own version of a patterned story.
  • Learn about different types of transport.
  • Compare transport now and in the past.
  • Find out about George Stephenson and The Rocket.
  • Make model vehicles and line drawings of The Rocket.

Things you can do at home

Maths

Know doubles of numbers 1 to 5

1 + 1 = 2        2 + 2 = 4       3 + 3 = 6      4 + 4 = 8     5 + 5 = 10

and begin to know doubles of numbers 6 to 10

6 + 6 = 12     7 + 7 = 14     8 + 8 = 16    9 + 9 = 18      10 + 10 = 20

Practise counting in 1s forwards and back. Can you count to at least 20? Can you count back from 20 to 0?

Can you say 1 more or 1 less than any number to at least 20?

Can you count in 10s?

Learn to count in 2s and 5s

 

 

Reading & Writing

Read for 10 minutes every day! Reading is good for you. It relaxes you, it takes you to exciting places, it teaches you new things and it is fun.

 

 

RWI sounds - Can your child recognise and use the RWI sounds that we use as the building blocks for reading and writing? Children are taught to recognise the sounds within words and use these for reading and spelling. e.g. sh o p  becomes shop,     p ar k becomes park

By the end of Year 1 most children should be able to read and spell these common words, they do not fit the phonics rules so children need to learn to 'just know it'.

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Just in case you need a little bit of motivation or an energy boost, here are some sites that will help to get you moving. Have fun!

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