Homework for this week...
Please practise reading and spelling these words, remember you do not sound out these words. You should be able to 'See it and Say it'.
This week we have been learning about more than and less than.
Look at these groups of objects, use more than or less than to compare the amounts.
For an extra challenge, see below.
Welcome to the new Year 1 blog! You will find homework here each Friday.
Please revise these words, remember you do not sound out these words. You should be able to 'See it and Say it'.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Be sure to watch the Year 4 Artburst performance of 'Fantastic Mr Fox', it is amazing!
Good morning Year 1! I hope you that you are all well. Only 2 days of term left, keep working hard!
Today would have been our Poetry Slam, so I thought I would leave you with a poem today called 'If you could see laughter' by Mandy Coe.
Listen to the poet read it aloud here - https://childrens.poetryarchive.org/poem/if-you-could-see-laughter/
Challenge. - Write your own poem about laughter, what do you think it would look like?
It was so lovely to see you all yesterday, some of you have gotten very tall!
Amelie, Sabira and Taqwaa we really missed you! We can't wait to see you again in September.
Amelie, we loved the memories sheet you completed.
Play 'Shut the Box' with your family.
1) Start with the numbers showing on all the cards. Use just numbers 1-6 to begin with.
2) The first player rolls the two dice.
They can turn over the cards which are the same as the numbers rolled, or choose to add the dice together.
For example, if a 4 and 5 are rolled, they would turn over the 4 and 5 cards or 9.
If a double is thrown, the player's turn ends.
They can roll the dice again until they can't turn over any more cards. When the player can't turn over any more cards, those that are left are added together and that is the player's score.
3) The dice are then passed to the next player who turns the cards the right way up again and then rolls the dice in the same way as player one. They now can keep on rolling dice as long as each time they can turn over some new cards.
When the player can't turn over any more cards, those that are left are added together and that is the player's score.
The winner is the person with the lower score.
Here is another great workout from Joe Wicks and some Yoga for you to try. Enjoy!
Think back on your time in Year 1, what is your favourite memory or moment?
Here are a few of my favourite memories..
We will really miss you Year 1, but I am so happy that we have had the chance to make lots of amazing memories together!
Hi Year 1 it's Eki :-) I can't believe we only have a week left of school. Myself and Lydia are really looking forward to seeing you all on Tuesday! So please try your best to come in and say goodbye before the summer holidays.