Wednesday 1st April Learning
Good morning Year 1. I hope you had a lovely day yesterday. I have loved looking at the photos of your learning.
Here is your learning today.
|PE||Joe Wick’s daily workout live at 9am
Write the short date in your maths book
|Days of the week song
Copy the following into your Maths books
10, 20, 30, ____, 50, 60, 70____
11, 12, ____, 14, ___, 16, 17 ___
20, 19, 18, ____, 16, 15, 14, ____, 12, ____
5, 10, 15, ____, 25, 30, ___, 40, ____
19, 20, 21, ___, 23, 24, ___, 26, ___
Cut out a circle. Write the numbers on the circle for a clock. Ask the children to fold the circle in half so they can see that the crease in the paper it at the 6. Colour one half a colour and the other half a different colour. The clock has 12 numbers. What is half of 12? Using the clock you made. Show the children when the big hand (minute hand) is at the 6 it is half past the hour. Show them some times for half past and get them to read them to you. Then ask them to show you those times on their clock they made on Monday.
|Music||Live at 11am
|English/Handwriting||Practise your spellings for this week
Write each spelling four times in your handwriting book. Remember to stay in lines like the examples in your book.
|Phonics||Read the words out, made, came
Practise spelling who, because
We can pronounce the letter c different ways when we read and spell words.
C cat, coat, can, cap
S cell, city, acid, success
Can you think of other words when the c makes the c sound and words when the c makes the s sound? Write them in your writing book.
Can you read these sentences?
The city is cold and icy.
He reminded me about the stickers.
On Facebook there is daily live revision sessions – Lesley Clarke Synthetic Phonics.
reading. Other phonics websites. Continue to practise Phase 3 and Phase 5.
|Reading||Read for 10 minutes and talk about what you have read. Record the books you have read in your reading record.
Click My Class login
Go to books, ebooks, click on book band and choose your child’s colour. Choose a book. Remember to read the book a few times over the week and talk about the book. Play the activities linked to the books you read.
|Computing||Finish your song, rap, poem, story/ fable, news report, recipe, superheroes or video game from last week.
Theme – We want an internet where we’re free to …………
You could create a simple storyboard to plan their films.
Look at the winners from last year
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