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Year 1 Home Learning 4th-8th January

Good Morning Parents, 
 

I have added this terms topic webs to the website.  This shows you and your child some of the topics and objectives we will be covering this term.  Mrs Hickman and I have also devised a 'lockdown timetable'.  You will see we have included some live zoom phonics, maths and PHSE lessons, we also have included more pre-recorded lessons.  These lessons will be following a similar format to the way we teach in class and we would encourage you to encourage your child to join in with these lessons, if you are able to (please do contact us if you have any problems or concerns).  The new timetable will commence from next Monday (11th January).  We will be sending out invites and times for these zoom lessons via your parent email.  

 

The timetable is a suggested way of working but we absolutely understand that home life can be very busy and young children need a lot of support and guidance and you will have other commitments in your day too.  Therefore please support your child in the way that works best for you, your child and your family. We would also not expect or want children to be working at desks all day as this is not the way that young children learn most effectively.  In the classroom the children are supported in various ways, these include: whole class carpet teaching sessions, small group teaching sessions, individual support.  Together with planned structured and unstructured learning activities in which an adult will be supporting, developing and extending children's learning.  Next week, in our weekly plan, we will outline some of the ways we achieve this in class. 

 

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do email either Mrs Hickman (Monday, Tuesday ) or me (Thursday, Friday) and alternate Wednesdays (Me... 13th, Mrs Hickman 20th and so on!). 
 

Thank you for your support.  As parents ourselves to young and older children we fully appreciate home learning is not always easy!  We do anticipate the live lessons to be very successful and go smoothly but please do bear with us if we have some initial hiccups as this is a new way of working for us! 

 

Best Wishes

 

Mrs Nicholson 

Topic web - Spring 1 - The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

Lockdown Timetable (Commencing week Beg: 11th January)

Friday 8th January

 

11.30AM

Hello Year 1 - My apologies I have just found out the sound was not working on the maths video.  I have loaded it again and hopefully it will have sound this time.  Sorry! 

 

Phonics – Please watch and complete the activities on the Power point.

 

English – Please complete the reading comprehension and questions.  Please choose either option 1 or 2 (2 is trickier). 

 

Maths – Please watch the video on ‘Comparing number bonds’ and complete the follow up work.

 

Creative – Can you make a split pin polar animal or two!  Can you make a habitat for the animals?

 

* Please can you upload your work to your 'blog' on your work page.  This makes it easier for us to locate.  Thank you and apologies for any confusion about this! *

Reading comprehension

Reading comprehension (trickier)

Comparing Number Bonds - Friday 8th January

Split pin polar animals

Year 1 – Thursday 7th January

 

Phonics – Please complete the phonics power point.

 

English – Listen to or encourage your child to read themselves the story of ‘The blue balloon’.  Answer the questions at the ned of the power point.

 

Maths – Please watch the video on ‘Systematic number bonds’ and complete the follow up work.

 

Science – This is the start of our work on animals.  Please watch the power point on ‘Grouping animals’ and complete the work on sorting animals.  There are two choices, one a little trickier than the other for this, please support your child to choose the correct one for them.

 

Please note: Your child will need a paper and pencil or whiteboard and pen to complete the phonics power point and maths video. 

6 January 2021

Year 1 - January 7th - Maths - Systematic number bonds

Maths follow up - Systematic Number Bonds

Sorting Animals

Sorting Animals (Trickier)

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