Please see the revised timetable for today and Friday below! :)
Following a bit of parent feedback and discussing with the Year 1 team we've made a few changes to the timetable.
We will be running off a similar timetable next week to help manage workload at home and offer a bit more flexibility.
For this lesson you will need some lined paper (or you can draw the lines like I have) and we are going to practise our one armed robot letters.
Any you are not confident with today, keep repeating them all week for 5 minutes until you are confident.
Happy handwriting! :)
Handwriting - Lesson 2 - One Armed Robots.mp4
Warm up: Speed read your phonics cards, a little bit like snap!
Activity: Choose half of your sound cards and then say the sound one at a time and say/write a word that includes that sound.
Phonics - Lesson 4 - Phase 3 Recap.mp4
I hope you had a good day yesterday learning about tens and ones.
We are going to go over this again today to make sure we have a great understanding around tens and ones.
Today I have uploaded a few extra worksheets that you can complete or you can make your own.
You can watch the second half of the video or play the game below too!
Keep up the hard work!
White rose video (part 2 from yesterdays worksheet) - https://vimeo.com/480325207
Tens and ones games (select up to 19) - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/place-value-basketball
I'm sure there is some work you didn't quite get round to or you need some extra time to finish something off so we've allowed some time today and tomorrow (and the same every week going forward) to finish off this work.
Maybe there are some handwriting letters you need to perfect or you just fancy playing a phonics game around a sound your still unsure of - now is the time to do this! :)
Use your child's Gmail account to log in and access the Google Meet with the link your teacher has sent you.
Oxford Reading Owl - Use the Oxford Reading Owl to read a story or use another website below. Sadly we cannot start leaving or issuing reading books at the front of school for children to collect for safety reasons.
www.burfordschool.co.uk (online reading and free ebooks)
http://mrsp.com (streams stories and online activities)
Have a go at the reading activities below. They include a short text to read and some comprehension questions, to ensure children are developing a good understanding of what they have read. You can choose the level of text you feel your child would be most comfortable with.
Hello Forest Schoolers!
It's such a shame that I haven't had the chance to take you to Forest School this term. Hopefully we will get a chance sometime soon.
Watch my video, join in with my quiz, and use this lesson to explore a park, garden or woodland near you!
When you're out there exploring, please can you find and collect some sticks for you lesson next week in DT. I wonder if you can guess what you need them for?
Maybe when you are out and about you could take photos and make a quiz for your family like I did for you!
Wrap up warm, get out in the fresh air and have FUN! :)
Forest School Games and Activities: https://www.behavioursupportservice.co.uk/bss-forest-school-resources/