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This Half Term our Topic is...

 

Once Upon a Time

  • We have been reading lots of different traditional tales to find out about the structure, settings and characters of these stories.
  • We have re-told and re-written stories using story language.
  • We have looked at the homes in traditional stories and compared them to the homes we live in.
  • We would be going on to look at the materials homes are made from and why they are used.
  • We would be comparing homes now with homes in the past.
  • Children would be choosing materials to make bridges from the 3 Billy Goat's Gruff story and testing to see how strong they are.

Mrs Missett, Mrs Instrall & Mrs Banham will be adding new tasks every day to help you learn at home.

Remember to read every day - you can choose your RWI book, your library book or one of the reading scheme books you have. Read aloud to someone and then see if you can answer their questions about the book. You can do this with your own books too.

Reading is good for you.

It relaxes you, it takes you to exciting places, it teaches you new things and is fun.

 

 

This week we would have been introducing weight to the children as well as continuing to practice counting in 2s and 5s.

We will try to  provide a variety of activities that support this. We will try to use practical activities as much as possible in case families are unable to print things out. You could record work in homework books or any notebooks that you may have at home if you want to.

 

Today's maths  is....

 

Look at the picture and work out how to complete the sentences. You can talk about them or write them out.

Look at the picture and work out how to complete the sentences. You can talk about them or write them out. 1

This week we would have been looking at the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff and talking about how this story is similar or different to other traditional tales we have read. 

 

Today's Topic task is:

The Billy Goats Gruff wanted to cross the stone bridge. Why do you think the bridge was made from stone? Are there any other materials the bridge could have been made from? Why?

 

Challenge: Use materials around the house to build a bridge.

 

Don't forget to send us a picture on Class Dojo!

 

You can find out more about materials here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrssgk7/articles/z9pgcdm

 

 

 

Web link of the day is

Practise your phonics everyday

 

Free Read, Write, Inc Phonics lessons will be streamed on YouTube everyday for your child just as they would have at school.

 

They can practice their sounds and read some words with sounds in online.

Films will be available at the times below...

 

From Monday 23rd March...

 

Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10:00am and 1:00pm

Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10:30am and 1:30pm

 

Follow the link below...

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Things to keep practising...

 

Count in 2s and 5s to 50 or beyond. Can you count back from 50 to 0?

Choose a 2 digit number and tell someone how many tens and how many ones are in the number.

Make your handwriting even better by practising careful letter formation. Can you use the joins we have learnt so far?

Learn to read and spell the words on the Year 1 list below.

Rise and shine!

Every weekday morning Joe Wicks will be streaming a 30 minute PE session for children and adults at 9am.

Why not give it a go!

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

Here are a couple more sites to get you moving!

This Week's Homework is...

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