On Monday in school we start the week with our Music lessons. Miss Nolan misses you all and prepared a Music Lesson for today's lesson. Access it via the link below. We hope you enjoy!
Today we are going to be using similes to write about The Bog Baby.
If you like you can remind yourself of the story by watching my story video or looking at the Bog Baby picture book that I have reposted.
A simile compares 2 things using the word 'as.' For example. The sun is as shiny as a diamond or the moon is as round as a button.
Watch Miss Romagnoli's teaching video for some more ideas.
Well done, Year 1.
The Bog Baby Story.mp4
Bog Baby Simile Video Monday.mp4
Hello Year 1! This week we are concentrating on the 'ue' sound. It can be quite tricky because sometimes the sound sounds like /oo/ and sometimes /yoo/
Watch Miss James' and Mr Thorne's video and have a go at adding sound buttons to the words!
Listening for /oo/ and /yoo/ with Mr Thorne - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtbWNyyctzU
Phonics - ue lesson 1.mp4
Today in Maths we are looking at subtracting by counting back to 10, using very similar methods to what we learned with addition last week. Grab your number line, tens frames and small items if you'd like to join in practically! You can complete the worksheet below or work practically. Have a go at the Maths Mastery sheets if you would like a challenge!
Maths - Lesson 1 - Subtraction Finding 10
Use your child's Gmail account to log in and access the Google Meet with the link your teacher has sent you. Please remember to mute your device.
The spelling words we will be practising this week contain the grapheme "oa" - watch the video below!
Please practise these spellings this week ready for next weeks lesson!
Superstar Spelling - oa.mp4
Today is our last Plants lesson! I hope you have enjoyed learning all about flowers and trees, we have really enjoyed seeing all your amazing Science work this term. What was your favourite lesson? What was the best fact you learnt?
Today's lesson is all about trees! Your activity is to sort the leaves into deciduous and evergreen using the sorting sheets below.