Monday 1st February
Monday 1st February
Mental Health Week
This week we will be thinking about what makes us happy, why we are special, what we are good at and many more themes. Our PSHE Zoom lesson this week will focus on 'What makes you happy?' and I would love you to bring it, wear it or talk about it in the lesson!
Please choose a different activity each day from our poster on the main page to complete with your family and share it on DB primary.
We will continue with your excellent storyboards and planning your own animal stories next week.
Monday- How are you? Did you have a good weekend?
Daily zoom lessons from 9-10am. Please complete the tasks from the lesson and upload your work onto your blog on DB Primary.
For extra practise please visit -
What makes you happy?
I would like you to write about what makes you happy! What is it? What does it do? How does it make you feel? Can you describe that? Why does it make you feel like that? Does it make others feel happy?
I would like you to write on lined paper using a pencil. Please start on the left hand side of the page and write across the page filling the line before you start the next. Please think about your presentation.
sound talking new words
applying spellings and tricky words
Read your work once you think you have finished.
Can you make it even better?
Have you used any adjectives to describe it?
Push yourself to write as much as you can.
Can you use cursive writing?
Maths - Please watch the video on 'Counting forwards and backwards' and complete the maths follow-up work.
For our PE lessons we will use a variety of different materials focusing on all of the EYFS and Year 1 PE curriculum expectations.
Reception and Year 1- Today you have a live PE lesson with KAS and teacher Aaron at 13.30-14.10.
girl, bird, shirt, first, third, turn, hurt, church, burst, burn.
Extension- alphabet, elephant, monkey
To complete todays spelling test, please sit your child at the table with a piece of plain paper. Then read out the list of spellings, one at a time and only moving onto the next when they are ready. You can repeat the word to them but cannot help with sounding out. If the spelling requires a capital letter ie. Name, place etc. If they do not apply the capital letter the spelling is incorrect. Please check and mark the spellings and upload them onto your child’s blog.
This week’s new spellings- grander, grandest, fresher, freshest, quicker, quickest, taller, tallest, slower, slowest
Extension- extreme, outside, explode
Please write a sentence for each spelling to help you to practise and learn them.